Clouds will increase through the evening and overnight with isolated light showers possible in eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota. Winds will stay from the south to help keep warm air in pace as temps will only fall to the forties and low fifties. The showers will quickly move to the east during the morning to give way to sunshine and warm air. Highs on Saturday will be in the sixties and seventies. As the evening draws near, scattered showers and storms will redevelop in southeast KELOLAND. At the moment, it looks like Iowa has the best chance for rain during the evening. Winds will not be as strong as today, as northwest winds will blow at ten to twenty miles per hour.
Isolated showers will still be possible on Easter Sunday as highs remain in the sixties and seventies. The warm air will last into next week with highs in the sixties and seventies through Wednesday. As colder air tries to move through the upper plains Wednesday night/Thursday, scattered showers and storms will be possible.