KELOLAND has some showers and thunderstorms moving through the eastern half of the area this morning. During the 4 o’clock, thunderstorms were reported near Huron moving east at around 50 mph. Radar indicated light to moderate rain that stretched from just north of Aberdeen to south of Yankton was moving east. Good news is, this rain does look like it will be out of the KELOLAND region around midday.
Once those showers move out, skies look to clear out to partly cloudy to mostly clear for the afternoon, highs a little cooler, highs in the mid-50s to low 60s with easterly winds 10 to 20 mph with a few gusts up to 30.
Monday looks to be a warmer day, highs in the mid-60s to near 70. A few pockets of some brief showers may be found across the northern part of the state. Tuesday, the rain chances increase as the next storm system approaches, highs in the 60s once again.
Wednesday into Thursday is the next chance for some more organized showers and thunderstorms as a low pressure looks to move north from the Colorado area. Severe weather is not expected at this time.