Low pressure is moving through central South Dakota this afternoon. There are areas of rain in western South Dakota and in eastern KELOLAND (east of Interstate 29). Central South Dakota is experiencing sunshine, which has allowed temperatures to warm to the upper sixties to low seventies. It is this area that will be watched for developing storms this afternoon and evening. Any storms that develop have a chance to become severe.
The rain will end this evening and early tonight, but the clouds will remain. Lows will fall to the forties and fifties.
Wednesday will be partly sunny with highs in the sixties to lower seventies. Isolated light showers will still be possible for all of KELOLAND, but the chance is only at twenty to thirty percent.
Another push of cold air will arrive on Thursday with a slight chance for scattered showers. Highs on Thursday will be in the sixties. The colder air will settle in KELOLAND for Friday and Saturday with highs in the fifties and sixties as lows fall to the middle thirties. Areas of frost will be possible on Saturday morning due to temps in the low to middle thirties.
Temperatures will slowly warm for Sunday and into next week with partly cloudy skies.