Clouds are moving south to north in KELOLAND with isolated light showers in northwest Iowa. These light showers are moving north/northwest and are having a hard time hitting the ground as they’re travelling through dry air. Any rain that does fall will stay light with amounts at a couple of hundredths. Northern and central South Dakota will stay dry through the afternoon and evening, but western South Dakota will have developing rain during the evening and last through the night.
Snow will also mix in for the Hills. Temperatures will eventually fall to the 30s and 40s.
A cut-off low pressure system will move through the central plains and eventually through KELOLAND for the next several days. This will bring scattered light showers to the area through the weekend. The chance for rain will start at 20-30% Thursday, but we’ll increase the rain chances Saturday and Saturday night. High temperatures will remain in the 60s through Saturday, but cooler air will move in for the weekend and early next week. By Monday, there will be widespread 50s for highs.