Clouds will slowly increase this evening and tonight. An isolated shower or two will be possible in north central and northeast South Dakota, anything that hits the ground will stay light…only a couple hundredths of an inch. Lows will fall to the forties. East winds will increase later tonight with speeds around ten to twenty miles per hour by sunrise.
The east winds will continue to increase during the day on Saturday with speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour. Along with the increasing wind, clouds will increase throughout the day. Along with the thicker clouds, scattered showers and storms will develop in the Hills of western South Dakota by 5:00. The rain will move into central and eastern KELOLAND Saturday night into Sunday morning. Some of the storms will become severe in southeast KELOLAND after sunset on Saturday. Hail will be the main severe threat. Highs on Saturday will be in the sixties to near seventy.
Sunday will be cool and wet. Highs will be in the fifties and low sixties with a good chance for rain. Rain amounts on Sunday will be near a half inch for some. The Hills will have rain mix with snow and become all snow Sunday night into Monday. By Wednesday, rain amounts will be over an inch for much of western South Dakota with amounts of a half inch to a full inch in central and eastern KELOLAND. Temperatures will remain cool for much of next week with highs in the forties and fifties.