Another round of widely scattered showers and storms will move through KELOLAND late this afternoon and evening. Some of the storms will contain periods of heavy rain along with hail. Earlier this afternoon, numerous funnels and even a tornado were reported 3 miles northwest of Silver City at 1:17.
As the sun sets, most of the activity will end leaving partly cloudy skies for the overnight. The only exception will be northern and northeast KELOLAND; this is where another round of showers and storms will be possible during the overnight. Lows will fall to near sixty.
Wednesday will be another warm day. In fact, it could be the hottest day of the year so far with highs in the middle eighties to near ninety. Winds will remain light.
The heat and dry conditions will continue for Thursday, but scattered storms will make their way into western South Dakota on Friday. This will be on the leading edge of slightly cooler air. As the cooler air moves into central and western South Dakota, scattered showers and storms will be possible. Highs will cool to the seventies by Sunday.