Overnight Saturday into Easter Sunday, chances for isolated, light rain along a weak cold front in southeast KELOLAND continues into the evening hours. Temperatures dipping down into the low to mid 40s for tonights lows.
Easter Sunday, a small low pressure coming out of Nebraska looks to push up some afternoon showers for southeast KELOLAND then late afternoon/early evening, there is a chance for light showers that look to start in central South Dakota and move southeast. The southeastern corner of KELOLAND will see the most rain but as soon as the rain moves out, mostly clear skies will move in. Temperatures reaching into the low to mid 70s for Sunday highs.
The next work week, surface high pressure passing through will bring clear skies and the warm weather Monday through Wednesday with temperatures reaching the upper 60s to low 70s.
Then late Wednesday into Thursday, scattered thunderstorms will make their way across KELOLAND. Some of these thunderstorms could be severe (high winds and hail), stay tuned to KELOLAND Weather for the latest.