Showers and storms lasting into the evening and overnight hours and mostly will be contained to the eastern side of KELOLAND. These storms are expected to be severe, main threats are high winds, large hail and we can’t rule out tornadoes with this system along with heavy rainfall. Parts of the southeastern corner of KELOLAND can expect one to three inches of rain with some locally heavier amounts. Lows tonight in the upper 40s in the west, mid to upper 50s for central and northeastern South Dakota, and the southeast bottoming out in the low 60s.
Good news, this system does look to be gone between 10 a.m. and Noon on Sunday so the afternoon looks to be fine. Highs ranging from the low to mid-70s.
For the work week, expect highs generally in the 70s with a few areas seeing 80s on Tuesday before a cool down on Wednesday.
The on and off rain pattern will continue with the next chance for storms on Monday into Tuesday.