Much cooler and drier air has made its way into KELOLAND this afternoon. In fact, as high pressure settles overhead, lows in eastern KELOLAND will fall to the forties. You can expect fifties tonight in central and western South Dakota.
Labor Day will be sunny and seasonal in eastern South Dakota with highs in the upper seventies. Temperatures will be well above average in central and western South Dakota with highs in the middle to upper eighties.
The warmer air will move east on Tuesday with highs near ninety for Aberdeen and the middle eighties for Sioux Falls. Pierre and Rapid City will warm to the low/middle nineties.
There’s a slight chance for storms on Wednesday with highs remaining in the eighties and nineties. The above average temps will continue for the rest of the week and into next weekend with dry skies.