Storms have fired in northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota, from eastern Buena Vista County to eastern Jackson County. These storms are moving northeast of out the KELOLAND area. There are a couple of showers and thundershowers in western South Dakota (which are moving east), but these are not expected to become strong or severe. In the meantime, partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are in much of KELOLAND this afternoon and that will continue for the evening.
The clouds will decrease overnight, with many locations becoming clear to mostly clear and lows falling to the fifties.
Friday is looking dry and warm. We’ll have partly cloudy skies with highs in the middle eighties. As a weak wave enters from the west/northwest on Saturday, we have a slight chance for showers and storms. As of now, we’re holding that to twenty percent. Sunday will be dry with highs in the low to middle eighties.
The extended is mostly dry. A few exceptions will be scattered storms most likely at night. Temperatures will be in the low to middle eighties for much of next week.