Showers and storms will develop in western South Dakota after 6:00 and move east during the evening and overnight. Any storms that develop have the chance to become strong to severe with large hail and damaging wind possible.
The Storm Prediction Center has the southern half of South Dakota in a moderate risk for severe weather through tonight. Stay alert to any watches and/or warnings that may be issued later today.
The storms will move into central South Dakota around 9:00 and east of the James River after 2:00. Strong to severe storms will also be possible overnight with wind being the main threat. Lows will fall to the sixties tonight.
Lingering showers and isolated thunderstorms will be possible on Wednesday. Clouds will also be thicker and temperatures will be cooler. Expect highs in the middle seventies. Seventies will continue into Thursday with partly cloudy skies.
We’ll have to dodge rain once again this weekend. Scattered showers and storms will remain Friday through Sunday with highs in the seventies and eighties. The humidity will also stay for the weekend, especially along and east of Interstate 29.