While much of eastern KELOLAND has been blanketed with clouds, central and western South Dakota have had mostly sunny skies. Temperatures this afternoon range from near sixty degrees in southeast South Dakota to the lower eighties. The eighties will move into eastern KELOLAND for Wednesday, while central South Dakota warms to ninety degree heat. Western KELOLAND will not be as warm due to the timing of colder air arriving via a cold front, so expect low to middle eighties in western KELOLAND.
The heat will not last and will quickly leave. Temperatures will cool to the seventies by Thursday with scattered showers and storms possible Wednesday night and Thursday morning. After that chance for rain, skies will remain dry until after the weekend. Along with the dry skies, temperatures will be seasonal with highs mainly in the seventies through the weekend. The next chance for rain is on Monday.