Isolated showers have developed southeast of Pierre and another area of rain has developed southwest of Aberdeen. These showers are staying very light and are moving northeast. Additional showers may develop this afternoon in eastern KELOLAND, but whatever does develop will stay widely scattered and very light. Temperatures will be in the sixties this afternoon where clouds have been thick (central and northeast South Dakota) to the lower seventies in southeast and western South Dakota.
Isolated showers and thundershowers will be possible tonight for the southern half of KELOLAND, but much of the rain will stay light. Lows will fall to the fifties with light winds.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy for much of KELOLAND and cool. Highs will be in the sixties and seventies with a slight chance for showers. Widespread rain will develop Wednesday night and into Thursday morning for south central and southeast KELOLAND. Rain amounts of one to three inches will be common in these areas, mainly south of Interstate 90. The rain will linger east of the James River and south of Highway 14 on Thursday while clouds slowly decrease in western and central South Dakota. Highs on Thursday will be in the seventies.
Friday will be dry with temperatures warming to the seventies and eighties. The next chance for rain will be late in the day Sunday into Monday. During that time highs will go from the eighties on Sunday to the seventies on Monday.