Skies will remain dry in central and eastern KELOLAND this evening, but scattered storms will develop in western KELOLAND between three and four o’clock. Some of these storms will be strong to severe with hail being the main threat. Periods of heavy rain will also accompany the storms. The rain will slowly move west to east during the overnight and reach the Minnesota and South Dakota border after sunrise. Lows will fall to the fifties tonight.
Morning showers and thundershowers will be possible along and east of Interstate 29 Wednesday morning. These will move east and leave behind partly sunny skies for the late morning and afternoon. The afternoon sun will help recharge the atmosphere and bring another round of showers and storms. Not everyone will get wet as they will remain scattered. Highs on Wednesday will be in the seventies to near eighty.
Skies will dry out for Thursday and Friday, and then another round of showers and storms will be possible for the weekend. Temperatures will be slightly cooler than average for Thursday and through the weekend with highs in the sixties and seventies.