Sunday evening and overnight in KELOLAND, we will see clearing skies as a surface high pressure sets up. Lows cooling down to the upper 50s to low 60s.
That surface high pressure will keep skies mostly clear Monday through Wednesday and high temperatures will slowly warm up then stay steady for the most of the rest of the forecast period. Southeast KELOLAND will warm up to around 80, Northeast KELOLAND will warm up to the low 80s, Pierre and Central KELOLAND will get to the mid-80s and the Rapid City area will be pushing the 90 degree mark by Wednesday.
The second half of the week will have chances for storms as the surface high moves on. Current timing of the next low pressure has best chances for rain on Thursday and Friday. Eastern KELOLAND could see some leftover showers on Saturday, otherwise, partly cloudy skies for next weekend with high temperatures in the low to mid-80s across the area.