Scattered showers and storms will continue to travel east/southeast this afternoon and evening. One of the strongest storms is located in Shannon County and is moving southeast. This storm contains heavy rain and large hail. Temperatures will remain in the seventies and eighties through the evening.
The scattered rain will continue early tonight, mainly east of Interstate 29. A couple of these storms will have the capability to produce hail through the evening and early tonight. Tonight’s lows will fall to the upper fifties to lower sixties.
Tuesday will be dry with mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper seventies to lower eighties. Winds will not be as strong with average speeds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. The cooler than average temperatures will continue into Wednesday with highs near eighty.
The next chance for rain will be Thursday as temps warm slightly to the middle eighties. There’s only a slight chance for rain, only twenty percent. There’s a better chance on Friday as warmer air moves in with highs in the middle eighties to near ninety. The weekend is looking dry in eastern KELOLAND with highs in the middle eighties, while central and western South Dakota will have a chance for scattered storms with highs in the middle to upper eighties.