A few storms have developed over the hills this afternoon. The chance for isolated storms will stick around into the overnight hours. Everywhere else is looking at dry conditions with clouds remaining. Temperatures cooling down to the low 60s.
For Friday, the end of the work week, isolated showers again. No real, large scale, organization to these but best chances are during the afternoon hours in and around the Black Hills again, central KELOLAND and southeast KELOLAND. The Aberdeen and northeast South Dakota looks to be dry with partly sunny skies. Afternoon highs tomorrow a little warmer, mid to upper 70s for the east, low 80s for central and western KELOLAND.
A weak cool front will be moving through KELOLAND this weekend which keep us cool (once it passes) and we could see more showers and storms. Best chance for these storms is on Saturday for central and western South Dakota and the eastern side of KELOLAND will see the rain mostly on Sunday. Highs this weekend around 80 degrees.
Beginning of next week, surface high pressure sets up so we'll see mostly clear skies with temps slowly warming up. Next chance for rain is on Thursday of next week.