It has been a hot Saturday in KELOLAND. Many areas reached the 80s by midday with low to mid-90s reported in the afternoon. A warm front tonight will bring even hotter temperatures tomorrow for those in central and eastern KELOLAND.
Some thunderstorms are possible tonight near the Black Hills as the next area of low pressure moves into the Midwest. Then tomorrow morning, northern KELOLAND could see some showers or thundershowers along the warm front but model projections have the rain out of the area by the early afternoon, leaving behind mostly sunny skies. Afternoon highs will reach the 80s in the west, with mid to upper 90s in central and eastern KELOLAND.
Tomorrow night into Monday brings another chance for thunderstorms in KELOLAND. These will likely start in the west, close to the center of the low and move northeast into northern South Dakota. Then as the cold front swings eastward, central and eastern KELOLAND have a chance to see some thunderstorms. And with highs in the 80s to 90s ahead of the cold front, strong to severe storms are possible.
Rainfall chances continue into Tuesday as the next low develops late Monday and moves east. High temperatures on Tuesday will range from the 70s in the west, to the 80s in central and east KELOLAND.
Leftover showers Wednesday morning will move out leaving being dry and partly cloudy skies Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will be in the 80s.
Friday will come with another round of showers. The trailing cool front will drop our temperatures back – a little closer to normal – for the first weekend on June.