This morning, showers are found in northwestern KELOLAND moving north. These are due to a weak low pressure that will make its way across the area today and may spark up some showers and a few thunderstorms for central and eastern KELOLAND. Highs in the 60s for most of South Dakota, a pocket of warmer air will be found in the southeast, highs there in the low 70s.
Saturday night through Sunday morning, those showers will move out but a larger low pressure to the south will move more widespread showers and thunderstorms into the KELOLAND area. These showers and thunderstorms will last most of the day Sunday. High temperatures Sunday will be cooler, ranging from the uppers 40s in the west, to mid to upper 50s for central and northeastern KELOLAND, and low to mid 60s for the southeast.
For Monday, a few leftover showers for the eastern side of the state in the morning, highs still cooler, low to mid 50s with clouds clearing out. Rest of the work week will be cooler, highs mostly in the upper 50s but closing in on the 60 degree mark by Friday.