Scattered light showers will continue to drift southeast in eastern KELOLAND for the afternoon. Rain amounts will remain at a couple hundredths at a time, as total amounts will be less than a tenth of an inch. Temperatures will remain cool this afternoon and winds will continue strong from the northwest.
A lot of the showers will go away as the sun sets this evening. Clouds will also decrease and winds will become light to allow temperatures to fall to the forties in eastern South Dakota. Temps will be near fifty in central and western South Dakota by sunrise tomorrow. We’ll see if we get any records set in eastern KELOLAND Wednesday morning, the going records are in the middle forties.
Wednesday will be sunny and warmer with highs in the lower seventies. Winds will not be as strong with speeds of five to fifteen mile per hour being common from the northwest.
The sunshine will continue into Thursday with slightly warmer temps. As clouds increase on Friday, scattered showers and storms will be possible. Some of the rain will last into Saturday, but temperatures will eventually warm to the eighties for the weekend.