Mostly clear skies will continue through the remainder of the afternoon and evening. Winds will be light as temperatures will be in the low to middle seventies.
Expect clear skies through the evening and tonight. Temperatures will fall to the forties and low fifties as winds slowly become southeast at five to ten miles per hour.
Sunshine will continue for Thursday and temperatures will warm to near eighty in eastern KELOLAND to the middle eighties in central and western South Dakota. As high pressure continues to drift to our southeast, southerly winds will increase for Friday. This will help bring in warmer temperatures and higher humidity. Along with the increase in temps and humidity, scattered storms will be possible as a warm front tracks across KELOLAND.
The heat and humidity will stay for Saturday and Sunday with highs in the eighties to low nineties. Skies will be mostly sunny.
The upper air pattern will change slightly early next week to put KELOLAND and the upper plains in northwest flow. This will bring in cooler temperatures and a slight chance for rain Monday and Tuesday.