Sioux Falls, SD
A warm and humid forecast will remain in place for many areas in KELOLAND this weekend along with areas of thunderstorms. The activity last night was scattered, with pockets of heavy rain Friday night near Webster.
Other storms moved north from Nebraska and affected Winner and Valentine with some locally heavy rainfall (over .50”).
Scattered t-storms also affected areas east and south of Sioux Falls. Some rain totals near Canton and Beresford were estimated at nearly 1”.
A similar scenario will play out on this Saturday with warm and humid weather remaining in place in much of KELOLAND. A stalled or slow-moving boundary along an Aberdeen-Pierre-Rapid City line will be focus for additional shower and t-storm develop later today and tonight.
Some severe weather is possible with a few of these storms along with locally heavy rainfall. The atmosphere remains more capped over the Sioux Falls area, so chances of rain are generally lower the farther south and east you live in KELOLAND.
Sunday will be a little cooler in most areas, mainly in the 80s. Continued chances of rain are in the forecast NW of Sioux Falls near that same boundary.
Next week will see a drier trend, although we could still see some scattered t-storms West River again on Monday. Highs will climb back into the upper 80s to lower 90s for several days.