Expect dry conditions underneath partly cloudy skies for the overnight. Temperatures will fall to the forties and fifties.
Thursday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Scattered showers and storms will be possible after 3:00 in south central and southwest South Dakota.
Some of these will possibly become strong to severe as the Storm Prediction Center has that area under a slight risk of severe weather. Rain will become widespread in western South Dakota Thursday night and into Friday.
Some models are pointing to an inch or two of rain for parts of the Hills, so flooding will be a concern for the west. Rain amounts will not be as high in central or eastern KELOLAND Thursday night. Highs on Thursday will be in the seventies in central and eastern KELOLAND to the sixties in the west.
Friday will bring a round of lingering rain, followed by a slow decrease in clouds. Temps will be a little cooler with highs ranging from the middle fifties in western South Dakota to the low seventies in the southeast.
The system that will give us the rain will be completely past KELOLAND for the weekend. Temperatures will be cooler underneath partly cloudy skies, expect highs this weekend in the fifties and sixties.
Another storm system will move through KELOLAND early next week. This one will make its presence known as early as Sunday in western South Dakota. Colder air will meet up with this one to bring another round of snow in western South Dakota.