High humidity will continue for central and eastern KELOLAND this afternoon and evening. Widespread nineties and low one hundreds will be likely through the evening. North central and northeast KELOLAND will have to be watched for developing storms after 4:00 this afternoon. Any storms that develop in this area will have the possibility to become strong to severe with strong winds being the main severe threat. Dry skies will be likely in western, central, and southeast KELOLAND through tonight. Lows will fall to the sixties and seventies.
A weak cold front will have moved across the area during the overnight to help bring in cooler and drier air for Tuesday. Tuesday’s highs will be in the eighties to near ninety with north winds of five to fifteen miles per hour.
The cooling trend will continue for eastern KELOLAND Wednesday and Thursday as highs will be in the seventies to near eighty. At the same time, central and western South Dakota will warm slightly with highs in the upper eighties to middle nineties.
The next chance for rain will be late in the day Thursday into Friday. Once the rain moves through, temperatures will be closer to average for the weekend with dry skies. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will range from the middle eighties to the low nineties.