Skies are mostly sunny to partly cloudy across KELOLAND. There have been a couple of light showers along the border of Nebraska and South Dakota early this afternoon. These are staying light and are moving to the southeast, a lot of this activity is currently south of Yankton. Temperatures are in the seventies and eighties.
There will be developing storms in Wyoming this afternoon which will move into western South Dakota around 5:00. Some of the storms will be capable of producing strong winds. Dry skies can be expected for the rest of the day in central and eastern KELOLAND.
The rain in western South Dakota will come to an end shortly after sunset. Skies will become mostly clear for much of KELOLAND tonight as temperatures fall to the fifties and sixties.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny and cooler in eastern KELOLAND with highs in the upper seventies and lower eighties. Central and western South Dakota will have highs near ninety.
The next chance for rain is Thursday and Thursday night. An area of low pressure will swing through KELOLAND allowing for the rain chances. Rain amounts may approach a half inch to an inch for some areas in eastern South Dakota during that time. Highs on Thursday will be in the upper seventies to near eighty in eastern South Dakota to the nineties in central and western KELOLAND.
The weekend is looking dry with highs in the low to middle eighties.