We had sunshine EARLY this morning in Sioux Falls, but now the clouds are starting to take over.
Brookings was cloudy as of 9AM with a couple of drops on the SkyCam.
A couple of drops on the Watertown SkyCam too.
Huron SkyCam showing a little bit of blue sky.
Skies will be partly sunny this afternoon with isolated showers. We’ll only hold the chances for showers at twenty percent and whatever falls will stay light. Northwest winds will not be as strong as Tuesday, but speeds of ten to twenty miles per hour will be common in central and western South Dakota, five to fifteen in the east. Highs will remain below average with middle to upper sixties being common.
Any showers and clouds we have will slowly go away during the evening and overnight as lows fall to the forties to near fifty by the morning.
High pressure will be in control on Thursday, so expect partly cloudy and dry skies. Temperatures will be slightly warmer with highs in the upper sixties in eastern KELOLAND to the lower seventies in the central and west. Those numbers are still below average as many locations have average highs in the middle seventies.
The seventies will continue into Friday and the weekend. While skies will be dry on Friday, there’s a good chance for rain on Saturday. Some of the rain will carry over into Sunday. Early next week is looking dry with highs closer to average, some might even be above average.