Rain showers will continue to move through southeast KELOLAND this morning. Some of the rain reports from Sioux Falls are ranging from a quarter to a third of an inch. The rain will continue to move into southwest Minnesota and extreme northwest Iowa this morning.
Clearing skies are quickly spreading east this morning, so don’t be too surprised to see the sun where we have had clouds and rain this morning.
Any sun in eastern KELOLAND (James River Valley and east) will be replaced by thick clouds this afternoon and developing rain. Central and western South Dakota will stay dry today with increasing northwest winds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour. High temperatures will remain below average with numbers mainly in the sixties to near seventy degrees.
An isolated shower or two will be possible tonight in north central and northeast South Dakota. The best locations for a light shower will be from near Mobridge to Milbank and north. Otherwise, partly cloudy skies will be likely with lows in the forties and fifties.
As low pressure slowly moves east of KELOLAND on Wednesday, we’ll start with sunshine but clouds will quickly return. The June sun will combine with temperatures five to ten degrees below average to help spark scattered showers during the day. Anything that falls will generally stay less than a tenth of an inch.
Thursday and Friday will be dry with highs returning to the seventies. The weekend will feature seventy degree highs with scattered showers and storms at about twenty to thirty percent.