A cold front is sliding through the KELOLAND area today and it’s bringing cooler weather and a few thunderstorms. We were still able to get quite warm today with afternoon temperatures in the 90s to near 100. But the cooler air sliding south could make the rest of Monday an active night for the atmosphere in the Midwest. The cold front has already fired up thunderstorms in the Black Hills with a few isolated showers in central and northeast South Dakota. As the front moves east through the area tonight, showers and thunderstorms will march eastward, if they can get going in this very hot atmosphere. Some storm cells may become severe with large hail and strong winds but the bulk of the severe weather is expected to be in northern Minnesota.
An area of low pressure will move through KELOLAND tomorrow which will bring the area more showers and thunderstorms. And with expected highs in the 80s to near 90, some storms may become severe with large hail and strong winds.
Wednesday will bring another round of thunderstorms however; projections have those storms late in the afternoon and nighttime hours. Wednesday’s highs will bounce back into the 90s.
The rest of the forecast is sunny, with a couple shots at brief summer-time thundershowers, with highs 80s to low 90s.