Strong upper level area of high pressure that has been sitting to the west will keep the warmer air in place over KELOLAND for the weekend. And as KELOLAND is sitting just on the edge of the high pressure, parts of the eastern side of the area could see some showers overnight Saturday into Sunday.
This morning, there were a few showers in the Huron area. They started to fade out during the 4 o’clock hour. The rain is expected to fade out completely during the morning hours so the afternoon looks to remain overall dry. Some areas in the northeast could see some isolated showers once again late this afternoon. Otherwise, KELOLAND will have mostly clear blue skies today with highs in the low to mid-80s for the east, and around 90 for the west. A few areas could get a little warmer to the mid-90s.
Overnight Saturday into Sunday, there is a slight chance for some showers to develop on the eastern side of the state. Current timing as the showers mainly after midnight and fading out before the sun rises on Sunday. Lows cooling to the low to mid-60s.
Sunday looks to be mostly clear across the state with highs in the mid to upper 80s in the east and once again around 90 for the western side.
Beginning of next week, a low pressure will move over KELOALND so we could see showers and storms as early as late Monday and Wednesday with a few showers leftover on Thursday as the low pressure spins around. The highest chance for storms is on Tuesday and Wednesday. High temperatures will all be cooler, only reaching the upper 70s to low 80s for most of the week.