Mostly dry skies will continue through the late afternoon and into the evening, but expect scattered rain to develop overnight. The best chance for the rain will be in central South Dakota late tonight, toward sunrise. Lows will fall to the forties and fifties.
As a storm system moves into KELOLAND Wednesday, warm air will be drawn into southeast KELOLAND with afternoon temperatures in the middle seventies and low eighties. It will be cooler elsewhere with highs in the sixties for central and northeast South Dakota to the fifties in western KELOLAND. Along with the temperature spread, rain will be likely during the afternoon and evening in central and western South Dakota. The rain will eventually spread into eastern KELOLAND Wednesday night.
Rain will continue for Thursday as the colder air takes hold of all of KELOLAND. Highs on Thursday will range from the forties in western South Dakota to the fifties in central and northeast South Dakota, to the sixties in southeast KELOLAND.
Temperatures will return to the sixties on Friday with sixties lasting through the weekend. Saturday will give us a break from the rain, but the rain chances return on Sunday.