Mostly clear skies will continue through the evening in eastern KELOLAND with temperatures holding in the eighties to near ninety. Central and western South Dakota will have a slow increase in clouds with a slight chance for isolated showers and storms after midnight. Temperatures will be in the low sixties by sunrise.
Monday will be cooler than the weekend with scattered showers and storms. Some of the storms in northwest Iowa will produce small hail and gusty winds, but severe storms should be at a minimum. Highs will be in the lower eighties with increasing west/northwest winds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour.
The cooler air will last for much of the week. Expect highs in the upper seventies to lower eighties through Thursday. This will happen with mostly dry skies, though scattered rain will be possible Wednesday night and Thursday.
Temperatures warm to the middle eighties by Friday and for the weekend. There will still be a slight chance for isolated storms in central and western South Dakota while eastern KELOLAND stays dry.