More rain is on the way today. The best chance will be in southeast and western KELOLAND where rain is already falling this morning.
In fact, southeast KELOLAND is under a Flash Flood Watch for today (starts at noon). Additional rain amounts of one to three inches will be possible from Yankton northeast to Marshall and east. Central and northeast South Dakota has a slight chance at scattered showers and storms, only a twenty to thirty percent chance. The severe weather threat is minimal today, but we can’t rule out hail with some of the stronger storms in southeast KELOLAND this afternoon and evening. Highs today will range from near seventy in Rapid City to near eighty in central and eastern KELOLAND.
Skies will slowly become partly cloudy tonight as temperatures fall to the fifties and low sixties.
Monday and Tuesday are looking mostly dry with highs in the seventies to near eighty. The next chance for rain will be midweek as temperatures warm back to the low and middle seventies.