Scattered showers and storms will once again move into western South Dakota this afternoon and evening. Some of the storms in western South Dakota will become strong to severe through the evening.
Central and eastern KELOLAND will be dry with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will remain in the seventies as we go through the rest of the afternoon and evening.
Some of the showers and storms will move into central South Dakota during the overnight with dry skies remaining in the east. There is a slight chance for scattered showers and storms in eastern KELOLAND by sunrise. Lows tonight will fall to the fifties and sixties.
Another round of showers and storms are on the way for Wednesday. These will be strong to severe at times and have the potential for heavy rain. Highs will remain in the seventies and lower eighties.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for southeast KELOLAND Wednesday morning through Thursday morning. Periods of heavy rain will be possible during that time with amounts of one to three inches. The rain on top of saturated ground will lead to areas of flash flooding.
The “parade of storms” will continue through Saturday. As these systems move through, expect highs to remain in the seventies through Friday. The temperatures will cool to the sixties on Saturday, but with dry skies on Sunday we should be able to rebound to the lower seventies.