As rain showers are exiting eastern KELOLAND this afternoon, isolated storms are developing in the Hills of western South Dakota. Some of the storms will be strong to severe for the Hills with large hail being the main threat. Temperatures will hold in the seventies and eighties through the early evening with light winds.
The storms will come to an end in western South Dakota later this evening and skies will clear for all of KELOLAND tonight. With the recent rain in eastern South Dakota, patchy fog will be possible later tonight. Lows will fall to the fifties and sixties with light winds.
Sunday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with highs in the seventies and low eighties. North to northwest winds cane be expected at ten to fifteen miles per hour.
The winds will increase late Sunday night into Monday with the passage of a strong cold front. Eastern KELOLAND will feel the brunt of the wind on Monday with speeds averaging fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour with higher gusts. The north winds will bring in much colder air with highs only in the sixties to low seventies.
The cooler air will last through at least midweek, but temperatures will slowly warm to the eighties by Friday. Our next round of rain will wait until next weekend.