The area of low pressure that brought us those thundershowers yesterday is almost out of the Midwest, it’s spinning over the Great Lakes early this afternoon. While it may not have brought us rain today, it has left behind a blanket of clouds over most of the region. The good news, that low, if it keeps moving on its current path, will take the clouds out of KELOLAND tonight. So we are looking at decreasing clouds with overnight temps dipping into the 30s. Patchy fog is possible in parts of central and eastern KELOLAND due to calm winds.
Because of the clearing clouds tonight, mostly sunny skies are expected tomorrow for central and east KELOLAND and temperatures should warm to the 60s. Western SD has a shot at cloudy skies and light rain, with cooler afternoon highs in the 50s.
The weekend in KELOLAND is looking fantastic. Sunshine is still expected to hold over the Midwest. Sunday’s highs are likely to be warmer than Saturday but both days are still looking to be great. Saturday is looking like highs will be in the low to middle 60s while upper 60s to lower 70s are forecasted for Sunday.
Next week’s upper level pattern, if it holds true, will give KELOLAND a rainy and stormy pattern. Monday will be rainy as that first round of energy swings through the Midwest. Highs still will be in the 60s but the rest of the week will be cooler. Highs only in the 50s are expected with continued on and off thundershowers.