The rest of your weekend will be mild with only a little bit of drizzle trying to make it into the edges of KELOLAND. A weak boundary has arrived from northern Minnesota. Clouds seem to be about the only change for most in our NE counties thus far. A thundershower has been persistent just north of Sisseton and showers are possible. Back towards Aberdeen, drizzle is optimistic for tonight. Light showers have been around much of Nebraska today but have stayed away from the South Dakota border. A few sparse thunderstorms are trying to get underway just west of Rapid City in Pennington County.
Into the workweek, it's lots of sunshine and more warmth. Organized rain chances are really not looking likely. As this Minnesota boundary tracks southwards, isolated light showers are possible tomorrow morning in eastern South Dakota and SW Minnesota. Most will just have some more cloud cover, with patchy fog possible in river bottoms.
Besides a few more light showers Tuesday afternoon East River, the start to the week looks mainly sunny. 90s return later in the workweek with a struggling cold front trying to arrive sometime Friday. Saturday looks only a couple of degrees cooler but still very warm.
We'll know more about the growing drought in a few days but Sioux Falls is down about 0.73" of rain thus far this month.