KELOLAND had a blanket of clouds over the region today. Temperatures quickly rose to the 50s across much of the area then stayed the in the 50s in the afternoon. Showers and thunderstorms started moving into western South Dakota in the early afternoon and they are expected to stick around tonight.
Thunderstorms lingering around tonight for western KELOLAND, a few light showers could make it into central South Dakota, everywhere else should remain dry. Clouds will be clearing out for eastern South Dakota. Overnight lows mainly in the 40s are projected unless the clouds clear out faster than expected, then we could see a few areas dip into the 30s.
Tomorrow will have a wide range of weather. Eastern KELOLAND will have mostly sunny skies and the west still has a chance for more rain showers, possibly a few thundershowers. Central South Dakota is expected to remain dry but there is a small chance for some light showers to drift into the area. Afternoon highs reaching the 60s for most of the area but 50s will be found in the west.
The clear skies will stick around of central and eastern KELOLAND Sunday night, rain showers clearing out of the west. Overnight lows will be in the 40s.
A dry work week is expected for KELOLAND with a big warm up. Highs at the end of the week are expected to climb into the upper 70s to near 80. The next round of showers and storms will be at the end of the 7 day and into the first week of May.