Skies are mainly sunny in KELOLAND this afternoon with temperatures in the seventies and eighties. Parts of southeast KELOLAND are approaching ninety degrees with Sioux Center and Yankton at 88° and Mitchell at 87°. Expect the warmth to continue through the evening with a slight increase in clouds for south central South Dakota as well as southeast South Dakota and northwest Iowa.
There’s a slight chance for storms tonight in southeast KELOLAND while other locations will stay dry. Storms have the possibility to produce hail overnight in the southeast. Lows will fall to the fifties and sixties.
Saturday will be partly cloudy with developing storms in the afternoon for western South Dakota. Any storms that develop will move east and may become strong to severe. Hail and strong wind will be the main threats out of the storms. The storms will move east into central South Dakota during the late afternoon and evening, and into eastern South Dakota around sunset or after. Highs will be in the eighties.
Lingering rain will be possible on Sunday with highs in the seventies and eighties. While Monday and Tuesday are looking dry, more scattered rain is on the way for Wednesday and Thursday.