For tonight, temperatures back down into the 30s with mostly clear skies for much of the state. Winds will be calm, 5 to 15 mph.
For Sunday, the warm weather continues. Temperatures will be back into the mid to upper 50s again but clouds will build throughout the day as rain approaches. The west may see rain starting in the evening on Sunday but on Monday; the rain will become a bit more organized and move across the state.
The rain looks to be in central KELOLAND in the late morning hours Monday, will continue to move east throughout the afternoon and arrive in eastern South Dakota by the late afternoon hours Monday. Gone and out of the state by the early morning hours Tuesday.
Temperatures will warm up and be the warmest on Wednesday where KELOLAND will reach the 70s. Then afterwards, a blast of cooler air will move south, bringing us back down to the mid to upper 50s.