Storms rolled through southeastern KELOLAND Saturday morning, creating hail and wind damage in Corsica, Stickney, and Delmont. Winds gusts to 70mph and baseball size hail affected that area during the mid to late morning as the air masses did battle over southeastern KELOLAND. The cooler, drier air has now won out…so the forecast is looking much quieter over the coming days. Overnight lows tonight will be comfortable in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
Look for mostly sunny skies tomorrow in the southeast, central, and west. The northeast will be partly cloudy. Highs will mainly stay in the mid to upper 70s East River, with lower 80s west.
Look for a gradual warming trend early next week, with only slight chances of rain in the Black Hills area Tuesday into early Wednesday. Highs by the end of the forecast should be back in the mid 80s to around 90.