A couple of thundershowers have popped up over the Black Hills this Wednesday afternoon. We’ll likely continue to see showers and thunderstorms into the overnight. Overnight lows will be warm for mid-September, only dipping into the 60s.
Late tomorrow will be the beginning of the next good round of widespread showers and thunderstorms in KELOLAND. Area of low pressure will pass eastward through South Dakota causing some isolated showers and thunderstorms to track across KELOLAND in the afternoon but it’s tomorrow night into Friday when we’ll really see the activity explode. Highs tomorrow could reach the 80s unless the cooler air arrives sooner than expected, then we will see highs in the 70s.
Lingering low pressure over Nebraska means widespread showers for KELOLAND on Friday. But as the low wraps up and with highs in the 80s on the front side of the low, 70s behind the low, strong to even severe thunderstorms are possible Friday night for the southeast and eastern KELOLAND. If you have outdoor plans in the southeast Friday evening, you may want to keep those StormTracker apps nearby.
KELOLAND will be on the backside of the low Saturday which means skies will likely be cloudy with leftover showers. As the low moves away from the Midwest, clouds should clear out so Sunday will be sunny. Highs this weekend will be cooler with most of the region topping out in the 60s but 70s may be found in the southeast and cooler 50s may be found in the west.
Next week will start off sunny with highs returning to the 70s and 80s. Middle to late next week could be stormy and windy.