We are starting the day with rain in much of southeastern KELOLAND. Some of the rain will be a bit heavier toward the Missouri River Valley, but nothing severe is expected. Over an inch of rain is possible in the Yankton area, with amounts of .25” to .50” closer to Sioux Falls. Much of the northeast, central, and west are dry and will likely stay that way today. Highs will range from the upper 60s in Sioux Falls to the mid 70s in Aberdeen.
Lows will be a bit chilly tonight again in the upper 40s to lower 50s with partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be warmer tomorrow with many spots in the mid to upper 70s. Any scattered rain the develops should be in far northern and western South Dakota.
Better chances of scattered t-storms will arrive on Wednesday from west to east. Some of the storms Wednesday evening could be severe in the southeast. We are forecasting highs near 80 ahead of the front in Sioux Falls. Rapid City will be much cooler with more clouds and showers earlier in the day.
Much of KELOLAND will trend cooler on Thursday, with a warmer trend developing on Friday. Another storm system will affect the region this weekend, bringing higher chances of showers and storms to many areas once again. Highs will likely stay in the 70s.