Winds have been strong in central and western South Dakota today.
Breezy conditions will continue in central and western KELOLAND through the evening. The winds will eventually die down for the overnight and average five to fifteen miles per hour in many locations.
Clouds will increase through the evening and overnight with partly cloudy skies likely in eastern KELOLAND to mostly cloudy skies in central and western South Dakota.
The thicker clouds in the central and west will eventually lead to a slight chance for a shower or storm. Lows will fall to near sixty tonight.
The scattered storms will move into southeast KELOLAND for tomorrow morning. Not everyone will get wet, but I do expect some activity on the radar for southeast KELOLAND early in the morning. The rain will move out of KELOLAND by 10:00 AM, leaving partly sunny skies for the late morning and afternoon.
Temperatures will warm to the upper seventies to lower eighties with redeveloping showers and storms along and east of the James River Valley after 6:00. Some of the storms will have the capability to become severe with large hail being the main threat.
The Storm Prediction Center has much of eastern KELOLAND in a slight risk for severe weather.
The weekend will not be as wet as last weekend but lingering showers will be possible for Saturday. Sunday will also be partly cloudy with isolated showers here and there, but the chance to get wet is only at twenty percent. The highs for the weekend will be near eighty degrees.