A small line of light to moderate rainfall developed this afternoon in the southeastern South Dakota and when this line started, there were even some brief funnel clouds seen by some. This line of storms is expected to keep moving to the southeast and be out of the area during the overnight hours. There also has been a weak boundary layer moving across central and western KELOLAND this afternoon. That has sparked up a few light showers. Those are expected to keep going until the sun goes down and they should weaken.
So for tonight, rain clearing out of the area during the overnight, a few clouds may be leftover for the eastern side of KELOLAND. Lows tonight cooling to the upper 50s to low 60s.
Saturday looks to remain overall dry, a few clouds in the east to start the day but those are expected to clear out in the afternoon. Otherwise, mostly clear skies with highs reaching the mid to upper 70s where there is morning cloud cover, mid-80s where sun is able to shine for most of the day.
Then Sunday, cold front moves through the area and could spark up some strong storms during the day. Some of these storms have the potential to be considered severe. Highs on Sunday reaching the 70s.
The next work week will start off cooler with highs in the mid-70s and slowly warming up to the 80s by Wednesday. The 2nd have of the week will cool down again with highs back in the 70s.