Skies will remain mostly clear as we go into the evening and overnight. With the clear skies, temperatures will fall to the forties in eastern KELOLAND to the low fifties in central and western South Dakota.
Friday will be another seasonal day with highs in the middle seventies for eastern South Dakota to the upper seventies in central and western South Dakota. Isolated showers and storms will be possible for the Hills during the afternoon and evening. That moisture and energy will move into eastern KELOLAND for Saturday. With the thick clouds and rain, temperatures will be below average in eastern and southeast KELOLAND that day. Highs will only hit the middle to upper sixties for some of us in the east and southeast. That will be about five to ten degrees below average. Middle seventies to near eighty will be likely for those underneath partly cloudy skies in central and western South Dakota.
Rain will linger in eastern KELOLAND on Sunday morning, before giving way to a little bit of sunshine. Temperatures should be able to rebound to the lower to middle seventies that day.
The cooler air will last into Monday, but above average temps will return on Tuesday and Wednesday.