Clouds will slowly increase this evening and tonight with isolated showers possible in western and north central South Dakota. Dry skies can be expected for everyone else. Lows will fall to the thirties.
Clouds will be thicker Thursday with isolated showers possible in eastern KELOLAND. Winds will be stronger with breezy conditions expected in western South Dakota due to winds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. Highs will be in the middle to upper fifties.
Cooler air will slide in for Friday with highs near fifty. We’ll still have a chance at a shower in eastern KELOLAND, but anything that falls will stay light. Dry skies will prevail in central and western South Dakota.
The weekend is looking dry with highs in the fifties to near sixty degrees. There’s another round of rain on the way for early next week with a stronger push of cold air expected on Tuesday.