Expect a break in the rain today for most areas of KELOLAND with a very nice day in the forecast. Look for highs mainly in the mid to upper 70s and partly cloudy skies. The next cold front will enter far NW South Dakota this afternoon with developing scattered t-storms possible in the Black Hills, with better chances during the evening hours. More scattered t-storms are possible during the overnight from Aberdeen to Pierre and points north. Sioux Falls should stay dry.
Tomorrow, we’ll be tracking a cold front moving across KELOLAND. We have a good chance of rain for the Aberdeen area, with scattered morning rain forecast for both Pierre and Rapid City. Temperatures will range from about 70 in Rapid City…with mid 80s in NW IA. We will be watching the skies by late afternoon along and east of the James Valley.
Strong to severe storms are possible along this front, with large hail and damaging winds possible with some of the storms. The weather will be cooler behind this front tomorrow night into Thursday.
Drier weather is expected on Thursday and Friday, but another storm system will affect KELOLAND this weekend. The ingredients are there for some severe weather, something we’ll be watching in the coming days. The active pattern will continue next week as more storms head our direction from the west.