SIOUX FALLS, SD -
We have another hot day in the forecast for much of KELOLAND, but the worst of the heat has started to subside. A heat advisory remains in effect for much of NW IA, but much of the area will see a slight drop in the dewpoint and temperatures will be just a bit cooler. Highs will be near 89 in Sioux Falls, 90 in Aberdeen, and 95 in both Pierre and Rapid City.
Some t-storms may develop by mid to late afternoon in the western quarter of KELOLAND. These storms will likely stay in the west tonight, although Pierre and Aberdeen will have a 20% chance of rain overnight.
A cold front will move into KELOLAND tomorrow, bringing increasing chances of scattered showers and t-storms from north to south during the day. The best chance of rain will arrive in Huron at the state fair by 3pm or afternoon, with chances of t-storms holding off until after 7pm for LifeLight. Some of these storms could be strong with some locally heavy rain, so be sure to check your StormTracker app for the latest information.
Much cooler and drier weather is in the forecast for Sunday and Labor Day, with highs returning to the 70s in the east, with 80s west. A warmer trend will return by Tuesday, but it does not look as hot as the recent weather.
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