Storms already developed in south central South Dakota earlier this afternoon and have moved southeast into Nebraska. These storms were responsible for quarter to tennis ball hail in Todd and Bennett Counties.
Tornado Watch in western and south central KELOLAND is officially out until 9 MT, while a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in southeast KELOLAND is out until 10 CT.
Isolated storms will be possible overnight for areas along and south of I-90, while dry skies will prevail north of I-90. Lows will be seasonal as they’ll fall to the low and middle sixties.
Scattered showers and storms will once again be possible for Friday. The best chance for rain will be along the Missouri River and west. Highs will be in the upper seventies and lower eighties.
While eastern KELOLAND will be dry on Saturday, scattered rain will be possible in central and western South Dakota. Highs will range from the middle seventies in eastern KELOLAND to near eighty in the west. The rain will move into eastern KELOLAND on Sunday with temperatures remaining below average.
The below average highs will last into next week with a reinforcing shot of cool air on Friday and into the weekend.