A few places got heavy rainfall this morning. Langford, in Marshall Co in NE South Dakota, received about 5 inches - which flooded pastureland. Sioux Falls got 1.09 inches at the airport.
An area of light showers remains in SE South Dakota. But it appears to be weakening as it slides to the east, likely to remain south of the Sioux Falls metro area.
Skies should mostly be quiet this evening. Then tonight, low pressure should fire off some showers and thundershowers that will continue off and on through Saturday night. Pockets of heavy rainfall will again be possible. It appears there will be a lot of cloud cover in eastern KELOLAND Saturday, but we expect temperatures will still be able to reach the upper 70s to low 80s.
As low pressure pulls away to the east on Sunday, we should see the skies brighten, bringing near-normal temperatures in the 80s, with only a slight chance of a lingering showers.
Another wave of rain will come through the area on Monday and Monday night. Thunderstorm chances should diminish as above-normal temperatures spread across the region the rest of the week.