For the overnight hours tonight into Saturday, chances for brief isolated rain showers mainly after midnight as leftover rains from the west move into KELOLAND. Lows bottoming out in the low to mid 40s.
Then Saturday, high temperatures ranging from the upper 50s in western South Dakota, to mid-60s for central and northeastern South Dakota, up to the low 70s for the southern corner of the state. Chances for showers in the late afternoons as another round of showers move through.
Sunday and Monday is KELOLAND’s best chance for a more organized rain system to move through, we may see a few thunderstorms but mostly rain. Highs on Sunday will range from upper 40s in the west to around 60 in the east. Then cooler on Monday and Tuesday, highs in the upper 40s to mid-50s.
KELOLAND will have warmer highs but cooler lows for the 2nd half of the week. Lows approaching the low to mid-30s but highs slowly warming up to around 60.