Isolated showers and storms have developed in the Hills of western South Dakota. These will gradually drift east through the afternoon and evening. A lot of these will die off as the evening and night goes on, but a couple may hold together to move into central South Dakota by sunrise. The chance for rain late tonight in central South Dakota is only at twenty percent.
Eastern South Dakota will continue with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies this afternoon and evening. Temperatures will remain in the seventies through the evening with light winds.
Aside from the scattered light rain in western and central South Dakota tonight, skies will be partly cloudy and dry in eastern KELOLAND. Lows will fall to the low and middle fifties by sunrise.
Friday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy and warmer. Highs will be in the seventies to low eighties. Winds will be a little stronger with speeds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour in central and western South Dakota. Ten to twenty miles per hour will be likely in eastern KELOLAND.
Memorial Weekend will feature scattered showers and storms. Highs will remain in the seventies and eighties through Memorial Day. The best bet to get wet is Sunday with widespread rain possible. Rain amounts of a quarter to three-quarters of an inch will be likely by Monday night.