It will be another quiet evening and overnight with partly cloudy skies and light winds. Lows will fall to the low to middle fifties by sunrise.
Southerly winds will be stronger for Thursday with speeds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour. The stronger winds will combine with the sunshine to help temperatures warm to the middle seventies in eastern South Dakota to the low/middle eighties in central and western South Dakota. You might also notice an increase in humidity, as dew point temperatures will return to the sixties in eastern KELOLAND.
We will have a chance to interact with the higher humidity as a cold front moves through KELOLAND late in the day on Friday. Before the chance for rain, skies will be partly cloudy and it will be warm with widespread eighties. The rain will mainly be found along and east of the James River Valley Friday night into Saturday morning. Strong storms will hail and gusty winds will be possible Friday night.
Temperatures will be a little cooler for the weekend with highs in the middle seventies on Saturday and the low to middle seventies on Sunday. This will happen with dry skies.