Periods of showers and storms will be possible this evening and tonight for all of KELOLAND. Scattered storms are already firing in the Hills of western South Dakota. These will continue to rumble through the Hills for the afternoon and slowly move into the plains of western South Dakota this evening. Central and eastern KELOLAND will stay dry with temperatures holding in the eighties and nineties.
The rain will move into central and eastern KELOLAND tonight with periods of heavy rain possible in southeast KELOLAND. Lows will fall to the low to middle sixties by Saturday morning. Any severe weather that occurs will most likely be in Nebraska with hail being the main threat.
Periods of showers and storms will continue into Saturday morning. The clouds and rain will slowly go away during the afternoon as weak high pressure moves in from the north. The high pressure system will give KELOLAND dry skies on Sunday with highs in the upper seventies and lower eighties.
Much colder air arrives on Monday with highs in the sixties and seventies. The cool air will last through at least midweek, before slowly warming for Thursday.