Most of your Sunday looks great, assuming you like hotter temperatures. An overnight south breeze has knocked out a lot of the cloud-cover and the fog along with it. Almost all of KELOLAND is cloud-free but very light showers are popping up in the far northwest. Otherwise, the closest showers are across the Canadian border.
Late this afternoon, the storms get going on the north side of the Black Hills. These areas haven’t seen rain in awhile, since a different pattern was in place. This should form into more of a thin line as it slowly moves east. We’ve got a pretty decent wind during the evening that will drive the storms east of the Missouri River. Coverage looks scattered but better closer to Pierre. Aberdeen also has a shot of getting some rain. Most of the severe weather threat is in North Dakota. This round of storms will fizzle before reaching Sioux Falls but very isolated action could move close to town by tomorrow morning. We’ll probably have more clouds than anything and these could hang around for much of the daytime Monday.
Tuesday should be the hottest day all week and one of the hottest all summer. Wednesday should be a scorcher before showers move in with a cool front on Thursday.
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