Scattered rain will continue into the overnight hours. Current band of rain will move east while a secondary band forms just west of KELOLAND and will move southeast through the southwest corner of South Dakota. Low temperatures dipping into the mid to upper 30s with winds generally five to 15 mph from the northwest.
Scattered rain looks to continue for Monday. Best chance for rain is in central KELOLAND during the afternoon and the rain will move southeast in the evening hours. Looks to be gone and out of the state by the early morning Tuesday. Highs for Monday back into the low to mid 50s across the state.
Temperatures will warm up and be the warmest on Wednesday where KELOLAND will reach the 70s. Then afterwards, a blast of cooler air will move south, bringing us back down to the upper 50s to low 60s.