Isolated showers in south central South Dakota will move east this morning and continue to slowly die out. Temperatures are very mild in eastern South Dakota with many locations only falling to the low seventies this morning. Patchy fog is once again found in northeast South Dakota with Huron, Watertown, and Ortonville all reporting fog with visibility ranging from three to five miles.
Clouds will be thicker today and highs will be cooler but still above average.
Scattered showers and storms will develop in western South Dakota. Storms will also develop in north central Nebraska around 5:00 and move northeast into the evening. The best chance for rain this evening and tonight will be south of Interstate 90.
There will be lingering showers in southeast KELOLAND Thursday morning, with slowly drying skies during the late morning and early afternoon. Highs on Thursday will be in the eighties.
The heat will return this weekend with widespread nineties likely. The heat will most likely stay with us through much of next week, as I don’t see a break until the first week of September.