As we go into Sunday evening, a weak cold front will move through central and eastern South Dakota bringing chances for light rain. The rain looks to start in south-central KELOLAND late tonight and move east bringing the southeastern corner of the state light rain early morning Monday. But what little rain that does fall, looks to be gone by the 4 to 5 o’clock hours. Overnight lows in the low to mid 40s.
For the start of the work week, surface high pressure moves into North Dakota giving us mostly clear skies for Monday and Tuesday, temperatures a little cooler but still above average, highs in the mid to upper 60s in the east, the west could see 70s and even close to 80 on Tuesday.
Then Wednesday through Thursday morning, scattered showers and thunderstorms will make their way across KELOLAND. Wednesday afternoon, the south central and southeastern parts of the state have the potential to see some severe (high winds and small hail) thunderstorms, stay tuned to KELOLAND Weather for the latest.