Mostly clear skies can be expected for this evening in central and eastern KELOLAND while western South Dakota will have isolated showers and storms. The showers and storms will move into central South Dakota later tonight while skies remain clear along and east of the James River Valley. Lows will fall to the fifties and sixties.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy, warm, and humid. Southeast winds of ten to twenty miles per hour will help bring in the higher humidity. A wave in the atmosphere will move through KELOLAND Wednesday afternoon. This will bring scattered showers and storms to KELOLAND after 4:00. Any storms that develop have a chance to become strong to severe. Storms will move east/northeast when they develop. Highs will be in the eighties to near ninety.
Thursday will be dry for much of KELOLAND, but another round of showers and storms will move through this weekend. The rain will start on Friday as low pressure moves through the upper plains, while Saturday and Sunday’s rain will be triggered by a cold front from the northwest. This front will knock down highs to the sixties and seventies on Sunday and Monday. While temps will rebound slightly on Tuesday, there are indications of a reinforcing shot of cool air by midweek of next week.