A weak boundary goes from southwest South Dakota to northeast KELOLAND this afternoon. Along it, scattered cumulus clouds have developed. Most locations under these clouds will stay dry; the only exception will be the Hills of western South Dakota. Radar has indicated a couple of showers have developed in the Hills this afternoon. Most of these will dissipate as they move east late this afternoon and evening. Any clouds that have developed this afternoon will eventually go away as the evening and night go along. Lows will be mild with temps in the sixties to low seventies by the morning.
Friday will be another sunny and hot day. Temperatures will once again warm to the nineties for much of KELOLAND.
Things will start to change on Saturday. This is when a cold front will swing across the area during the afternoon and late evening. The front will spark scattered showers and storms as it moves through. Because of the timing of the front, KELOLAND will most like have highs in the nineties. But cooler temperatures can be expected Sunday and Monday. Some areas in eastern South Dakota will struggle out of the seventies Sunday and Monday.
Temperatures will warm slightly after Labor Day, but it shouldn’t be as hot as the heat spell we are currently in.