We have a cool start to the day with many locations reporting temperatures in the forties. The temperatures will warm to the seventies and eighties today as skies become partly cloudy. Winds will increase late this morning and afternoon to speeds of at least fifteen to thirty miles per hour in eastern KELOLAND to twenty to forty miles per hour in central and south central South Dakota. Showers and storms will develop in western South Dakota after 4:00 this afternoon and move into central South Dakota by 10:00 this evening. Some of these will be strong to severe through the evening.
The weekend will start active but it will end calm. Morning showers and thundershowers will be possible along and east of Interstate 29. Once those leave, skies will be partly cloudy but another round of showers and storms will develop during the afternoon. Any storms that develop will be strong to severe with heavy rain also possible. Highs will be in the seventies and low eighties.
There will be lingering showers and thundershowers early Sunday morning east of Interstate 29. Once the rain leaves, skies will become partly cloudy with highs in the seventies.
Active weather will continue next week with storm chances on Tuesday and Wednesday.