Scattered storms have developed in northeast South Dakota. A couple of these are near Aberdeen and east of Huron, they are currently moving southeast. Otherwise, temps are in the eighties for much of KELOLAND.
Isolated to scattered storms will be possible in eastern KELOLAND (along and east of the James River Valley) through the evening. Skies will eventually become partly cloudy tonight with lows falling to the fifties and sixties.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with highs in the eighties. Some areas of western South Dakota will be close to ninety. Winds will be light with speeds averaging five to fifteen miles per hour.
A storm system will move through South Dakota on Wednesday to bring scattered showers and storms to KELOLAND. Some of the rain will linger into Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Another storm system will be on the heels of the midweek one with scattered showers and storms possible for the weekend.
A strong cold front will move through the upper plains on Sunday to allow for strong northerly winds and much cooler air on Monday.