A few scattered showers have tracked across KELOLAND overnight, mainly producing light rainfall amounts. Bigger storms moved along the North Dakota border late last evening just north of Aberdeen, bringing over .50” of rain to the Britton area.
Today’s forecast will be cooler as the triple digit heat from yesterday slides south. Highs are forecast mainly into the 80s. New thunderstorms will be possible in the Black Hills this afternoon and some could become severe. We’ll keep a close eye on that trend through the day.
Tomorrow’s weather looks mainly dry with highs in the lower to middle 80s once again in the east, with upper 80s in the west. Thunderstorms are possible tomorrow evening in the far west, a trend that should advance east by Thursday morning. Rain chances will increase in much of KELOLAND Thursday. Chances of rain will linger on Friday, but the best chances will be east of Sioux Falls. It will be warmer too on Friday with an increase in the humidity.
Cooler weather will be with us this weekend and Canadian air returns to KELOLAND. Highs should stay in the upper 70s to lower 80s.