Isolated showers and storms have been moving through south central South Dakota and north central Nebraska this afternoon. These will continue to move southeast through the afternoon hours. Elsewhere, skies will remain partly cloudy with temperatures in the lower to middle eighties. Isolated showers and storms will also be possible for the Hills of western South Dakota late this afternoon and evening.
Any clouds or storms that have developed during the day will go away for the overnight. With dry skies and light winds, expect temperatures to fall to near sixty by Thursday morning.
Thursday will be more humid and slightly warmer. We’ll try to interact with the thicker humidity with developing showers and storms late in the afternoon and evening. Highs will be in the middle eighties with stronger southeast winds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. Most of the rain will fall in eastern KELOLAND (James River Valley and east) Thursday night into early Friday morning.
We’ll keep the hit and miss chances for showers and storms through the weekend with highs in the eighties. Much cooler air will arrive in the upper plains on Monday. The colder air will be ushered in by strong northerly winds on Monday and Tuesday. Highs for early next week will be in the upper sixties to near seventy.