We have a quiet start to the morning forecast in KELOLAND, with areas of fog mainly north and east of Sioux Falls. We’ll be watching a strong low pressure center in southern Canada as is slowly drifts south during the afternoon. This will help spark scattered t-storms north of Sioux Falls. The storms may become strong to severe east of Sioux Falls by late afternoon…especially east of highway 71. Highs will likely be in the lower 80s for both Sioux Falls and Aberdeen, with mid 80s in Pierre.
Tonight looks dry across most of KELOLAND. Overnight lows should be in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Look for mostly sunny skies tomorrow with lower 80s in the east and upper 80s central and west. A few t-storms may develop late in the day or in the evening across the Black Hills.
A more active forecast returns to KELOLAND on Wednesday. Showers and t-storms will become more likely, and some of the storms may be strong to severe. Look for highs to return to the 80s.
More storms are likely by Friday again, with locally strong to severe storms possible. We’ll keep you posted on the details as we go through the week.