A surface high pressure over North Dakota will continue giving KELOLAND clear to mostly clear skies for tonight and most of the day Tuesday. Low temperatures tonight dropping down into the mid to upper 30s for central and eastern KELOLAND, while the west will see low 40s.
Tuesday, skies will remain mostly clear with a few clouds drifting in from the west during the afternoon hours. Southerly winds will help keep KELOLAND warmer than average, highs in the mid to upper 60s for central and eastern South Dakota, and the west will be approaching the 80 degree mark.
Tuesday evening into the overnight hours, few thundershowers may drift in from the west ahead of the next low pressure moving in that will bring KELOLAND some storms Wednesday through Thursday morning.
Wednesday through Thursday morning, scattered showers and thunderstorms will make their way across KELOLAND. Wednesday morning and early afternoon, heavy showers will move through central and northeastern South Dakota. Then late Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning, thunderstorms will move through the central and southeastern parts of the state. Temperatures reaching the 60s again on Wednesday and Thursday.
Then Friday through Monday, South Dakota looks to go into a cool down where high temperatures will steadily decline till highs will be in the low to mid 40s by next Monday.