Sunday will be a rainy day across KELOLAND but not till after a brief break in the rain this morning. The next round of storms will come up from Nebraska in the early afternoon, starting off as scattered thunderstorms. Hail is possible with these storms just like we saw with the overnight storms. Then, as the thunderstorms move north, they will hit an atmosphere that is a little more stable so they should spread out more and hail chances should go down. So we’ll be left with widespread rain as we go into the evening and overnight hours.
Sunday’s highs look to reach the low 60s in south central South Dakota, upper 50s for the southern corners and central South Dakota, and upper 40s and low 50s for the northern half of the state.
Overnight Sunday into Monday, low pressure will move to the east far enough so rain in the western half of the state will shift to moving in a more southerly direction. Also, cold air will have been pulled far enough south that there could be some rain and snow mix in the west and still scattered rain showers in the east. Lows back down into the mid-30s for the west and 40s in the east.
The work week will see continuing rain chances as that low pressure will sit and spin over KELOLAND bringing on and off rain until it moves on in the middle of the week. Once that low does move on, it looks like temps will recover quickly back to the upper 50s and lower 60s by next weekend.