Scattered showers and storms have developed along a cold front in north central South Dakota. These showers and storms will move east during the afternoon and evening. Other areas of showers and storms will develop along the James River Valley and east after five o’clock. The best chance for severe weather will be in northeast KELOLAND late this afternoon and evening. Most of the rain will be done by midnight with skies becoming partly cloudy. Lows will fall to the forties to near fifty degrees.
It will be cooler on Thursday with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the upper sixties and lower seventies with northwest winds of ten to twenty miles per hour. Temperatures will be a little warmer on Friday with highs in the seventies to near eighty.
The next round of showers and storms will arrive for the weekend. Saturday is the better chance than Sunday. Temperatures will slowly cool for Sunday after highs in the seventies to near eighty.