Mostly clear skies will last through the afternoon and evening as temperatures continue to warm to the eighties and upper seventies. Winds will remain from the southeast at ten to fifteen miles per hour.
An isolated shower or storm will be possible in western and central South Dakota tonight. Eastern KELOLAND will stay dry with a partly cloudy sky. Lows will fall to the fifties and sixties tonight with light southeast winds.
Friday will be partly cloudy and warm. Temperatures will warm to the eighties for all of KELOLAND and there’s a slight chance for isolated showers and storms during the afternoon. It’s hard to favor one location over another during the day as the rain will be widely scattered. There are indications of better organization for storms along the James River Valley and east after 8:00 in the evening. Anything that develops will move east through the evening and overnight. While you’ll notice the warmer temperatures, you’ll also notice the strong winds. Southeast winds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour will be common in central and eastern KELOLAND.
The boost in warm air and humidity will continue for Saturday and Sunday. Highs both days will be in the eighties and nineties with noticeably higher humidity.
Cooler air moves in next week as well as scattered showers and storms.