Showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue in western South Dakota through the evening and overnight. Periods of light rain will be possible in central South Dakota this evening and tonight. Eastern KELOLAND will be a different story as scattered showers and storms will be possible after 4:00 this afternoon. Anything that develops east of the James River Valley will more than likely die out as the sun sets. Central and western South Dakota will have the rain off and on through the night. Lows will eventually fall to the forties and fifties.
The off and on showers will continue in western and central KELOLAND into Friday. Clouds will also remain thick for those areas. Eastern South Dakota will have an increase in cloud cover as the day goes on. Highs will warm to the lower seventies in eastern South Dakota to the sixties in central KELOLAND and the fifties in the west.
The fifties will move into western South Dakota on Saturday as clouds remain thick along with off and on showers. Clouds will slowly decrease in western and central South Dakota on that day, but highs will remain well below average with numbers in the fifties.
We’ll have more sunshine for Sunday with temperatures rebounding to the sixties in eastern South Dakota to near seventy in the west. The dry skies will continue into Monday, but things turn active again Tuesday and Wednesday.