It will be another sunny day and temperatures will be a little warmer with highs in the eighties in eastern South Dakota to the upper eighties in central and western South Dakota. Isolated nineties will be possible in south central South Dakota as well as the plains of western KELOLAND. Clouds will increase late this afternoon and evening in western South Dakota with isolated showers and storms developing. Winds will be southeast at ten to twenty miles per hour in central and western South Dakota to five to fifteen in eastern KELOLAND.
Scattered rain will continue into Wednesday night in western and central KELOLAND. The rain will move into eastern KELOLAND on Thursday. It won’t be a widespread rain, but don’t be surprised for a quick shower or thundershower. Thursday’s highs will be in the eighties.
Friday will be dry, but scattered showers and storms will be possible for the weekend. It won’t be a wash-out, but an isolated shower or storm will be possible. Highs for the weekend will be in the eighties.