Record lows are falling along with the temperatures early on this morning. Sioux Falls snapped a record that went way back to 1925. Sioux City, Huron, Mitchell, Aberdeen and Sisseton also broke existing marks, while Pierre tied the previous number.
We’re mostly cloud-free in KELOLAND this morning. That old boundary just SW of the Hills remains stationary and could spell a few showers by late in the afternoon. There could also be a stray shower early on this morning in the NW corner of South Dakota. Besides that, we’ll warm up just slightly from where we left off yesterday but most will stay below average for late July.
Stray showers are possible late today in the far west. Not every tool is excited about the chance but there should at least be something forming. There is a better chance for the NW corner before storms head into ND.
There’s a little disturbance we’re watching tomorrow morning. It doesn’t look like much now but showers could try to reach Sioux Falls by mid-to-late morning as a band comes out of Nebraska. After that the better chances for rain are on Tuesday and early Wednesday for many of us (although there are differences in all the 7-day forecasts). The best overall chance looks to be late Thursday and into early Friday.