SIOUX FALLS, SD - Sunshine was over KELOLAND today and it led to a hot afternoon. Air temperatures rose to the 90s with triple digits found in central and western KELOLAND. The heat index though reached over 105° in central South Dakota.
A cold front is moving through the Midwest today. This front is expected to trigger thunderstorms in central South Dakota late in the afternoon and those storms will move eastward through the evening and overnight. Some of those storm cells are expected to be strong to severe with strong wind gusts and large hail being the main concerns.
Tomorrow will have leftover showers in the morning and with the front still lingering in the region; more showers and storms could develop later in the day. Sunday afternoon highs a little cooler, only reaching the low to middle 80s.
The next work week will be cooler, highs in the upper 70s to low 80s with an unsettle pattern of on and off rain.