Low pressure developing on the border of Colorado and Kansas will send some moisture into KELOLAND this weekend. A warm front will move northward into the Midwest first. Current timing of this front has it arriving early Sunday morning. This front has potential to trigger some showers and storms this afternoon. Highs today will reach the 60s.
The warm front will arrive and bring more showers and storms overnight tonight. Temperatures will cool down and bottom out in the 50s.
More thundershowers are expected to develop Sunday afternoon as well as the area of low pressure moves closer to South Dakota. Highs tomorrow will reach the 60s once again.
As the low moves through the Midwest, KELOLAND will transition to the backside of the low and is expected to keep seeing showers and maybe a few more storms Sunday night and Monday. Once that low moves on, we'll get a little break from the rain chances before on and off rain starts late Tuesday and last through the end of the week.