Clouds will continue to increase in western and eastern KELOLAND with developing showers and storms possible. The chances for rain are at twenty to thirty percent, and most of the rain will die out as the sun sets. Dry skies will prevail in central South Dakota with temperatures falling to the sixties to near seventy.
Lingering showers will be possible in southeast KELOLAND Saturday morning, and then skies will become partly cloudy. Most locations will stay dry during the day on Saturday, except for the Hills of western South Dakota. There will be a twenty to thirty percent chance for rain in those locations during the afternoon. Highs on Saturday will reach the nineties with some areas in central and south central South Dakota nearing one hundred.
Sunday and much of next week will be hot and humid. Widespread nineties will be likely with plenty of sunshine.