Morning showers and thundershowers in central and south central South Dakota will continue to travel south this morning. There have been periods of heavy rain associated with these, but the areal coverage is very minimal. Scattered storms are also found in Harding County in northwest South Dakota this morning, these too are moving southeast. In the meantime, skies will start sunny in eastern KELOLAND with partly cloudy conditions later this afternoon.
Clouds will be thicker throughout the day in central and western South Dakota with scattered showers and storms. Highs will range from the middle to upper seventies in eastern KELOLAND to the low eighties in central and western South Dakota.
Isolated rain chances will continue tonight in western and south central South Dakota, while skies remain dry in the east. Lows tonight will fall to the fifties.
Wednesday will be much like today, scattered rain in central and western South Dakota with dry skies in the east. Highs will remain in the upper seventies in eastern South Dakota to the eighties in central and western South Dakota.
Temperatures will warm above average for the weekend. Parts of central and western South Dakota will warm to the low nineties while low and middle eighties will be common in eastern KELOLAND.