Sioux Falls, SD
Scattered showers and thunderstorms continue to be part of the forecast with today's chance of rain highest in western South Dakota. It appears eastern areas will be mainly dry after scattered rain yesterday. The amount of rain varied considerably, with amounts over an inch of rain just northeast of Hartford. Meanwhile, other parts of Sioux Falls picked up just a few hundredths of an inch.
With partly cloudy skies, highs will range from the mid to upper 70's in the east to lower 80s in parts of western South Dakota.
Showers and thunderstorms will continue in the forecast overnight for Rapid City and Pierre. Some rain may also spread toward Aberdeen and Mitchell late tonight. Chances of rain will continue into Saturday across much of KELOLAND. The rain will remain scattered, but locally heavy amounts will be possible in parts of southeastern KELOLAND Saturday night. You'll certainly want to stay tuned to the latest forecast and track the latest radar conditions with our storm tracker app.
Moving head to Sunday, chances of rain will continue during the morning East River, but clearing trends are expected Sunday afternoon. Highs will be on a steady climb upward into early next week, back into the lower 80s in many areas of eastern KELOLAND. It appears the next round of more organize rain will arrive by late Wednesday or Thursday of next week. The trend of more scattered rain each day will also remain in place across the Black Hills region of western South Dakota.