Foggy conditions are found in eastern KELOLAND this morning. Visibilities reports are less than half mile have been reported in Huron, Aberdeen, Watertown, Mitchell, and Madison.
The fog will continue to slowly lift as the sun gets higher in the sky. Once the fog lifts, expect plenty of sunshine and hot air. Highs will reach the nineties for many in KELOLAND with parts of central South Dakota pushing 100 degrees.
Scattered showers and storms will try to develop in western and north central KELOLAND after 5:00, but most locations will stay dry.
Isolated storms are in the forecast for just about everyone tonight as temperatures remain mild. Lows will be in the upper sixties to near seventy by sunrise Wednesday morning.
Clouds will be a little thicker on Wednesday with isolated showers and storms. Due to the thicker clouds, highs will be a little cooler but still above average. The ‘cooler’ air will last into Thursday but we’ll quickly get back to the nineties for the weekend.