Skies will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy this afternoon with highs ranging from the upper seventies in northeast South Dakota to the low/middle eighties elsewhere. Winds will remain light with speeds averaging five to fifteen miles per hour.
Much like what we had yesterday, scattered showers and storms will be likely in the Hills of western South Dakota.
Some of these will be strong to severe with hail being the main threat. Some of these will hold for the overnight, but they will remain widely scattered. Lows will fall to near sixty.
South winds will increase on Wednesday at fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. The stronger winds will help usher in moisture (higher dew points) and slightly warmer air. Widespread middle eighties will be likely on Wednesday.
Showers and storms will move through southeast South Dakota during the late morning and early afternoon. Once these move through, skies will be partly cloudy with redeveloping showers and storms possible after 6:00.
With humidity in place for the rest of the week and into the weekend, the twenty to thirty percent chance for showers and storms will remain. Highs through the weekend will be in the middle eighties.