Brief thunderstorms just on the South Dakota and Nebraska border this morning but those have moved on to the east. The rest of Sunday looks to be warmer with highs near 80 for all of KELOLAND.
For the southeast corner of KELOLAND, a break in the rain and storms during the morning but the afternoon could see storms start to develop. The edge of where the storms are looking to line up is just on the edge of the viewing area. Good news is, the chances for severe weather have been shifted to the south.
For the northeast, central and western KELOLAND, they are looking to stay dry with mostly clear to partly sunny skies. Some areas could see gusty winds up to 30 to 35 mph.
Few showers leftover in the southeast for Monday morning but the afternoon looks to be dry for everyone, highs a little cooler, topping out in the mid to upper 70s.