Isolated showers will continue to move through eastern and southeast KELOLAND late this afternoon and early evening. Any rain that falls in your area will contain a brief downpour and gusty winds, but it will remain below severe limits. Most of the rain will stay east of I-29. Skies will slowly clear this evening and tonight which will allow temperatures to fall to the fifties. Winds will be light tonight.
Wednesday is shaping up much like today. Skies will be mostly sunny in western, central, and northeast KELOLAND while the southeast will become partly cloudy. We’ll have to watch for an isolated shower during the afternoon in southeast KELOLAND (much like today). Highs will be in the lower eighties in eastern South Dakota to the upper eighties in central and western KELOLAND.
The Fourth of July will be warm and dry. Highs will reach the middle eighties in eastern South Dakota to the low nineties in central KELOLAND and upper eighties in the west.
South winds will be a little stronger at ten to twenty miles per hour.
The temps will continue to warm on Friday and so will the humidity. Highs will reach the middle and upper eighties in eastern South Dakota to the lower nineties in central and western KELOLAND. That type of heat will continue into Saturday with scattered storms developing in western, central, and northeast South Dakota. The rain chances will cover all of KELOLAND Sunday and into early next week.