Isolated light showers are falling in east central South Dakota, these are slowly moving northeast. At the same time, thunderstorms have developed near an area of low pressure in south central South Dakota. These storms will contain large hail and heavy rain during the afternoon. The strongest storm is located in Bennett and Todd Counties, moving northeast. The rain chances in KELOLAND will diminish as the sun sets, leaving behind mostly cloudy skies and areas of fog. Lows will fall to the low to middle sixties tonight.
Clouds will remain thick for much of KELOLAND on Saturday. Scattered showers and storms will still be possible; we’re holding the chance to get wet at thirty to forty percent. Highs on Saturday will be in the seventies and eighties. Scattered rain will continue into Sunday with highs near eighty.
The beginning of next week will be dry with highs in the seventies and eighties. The next chance for rain will be on Thursday.