Morning showers continue to move across eastern KELOLAND. General amounts are under a .25”, but a few amounts have been heavier in northern Minnehaha county where locally .50” has been indicated. The rain will move out of most areas by mid-morning and sunshine will return to much of KELOLAND. Highs will be in the upper 60s with strong northwest winds. Fire danger will be very highs with a red flag warning in effect for many areas west of Sioux Falls.
Look for partly cloudy skies tonight with lows in the upper 30s to near 40. This will set the stage for a mild day tomorrow with most areas in the lower 70s. Winds won’t be as strong from the northwest at 10-20mph.
Saturday will be mild as well in most areas as a strong storm system develops to our southwest. Rain chances will increase by Saturday night and Sunday in many areas. This system will bring the potential for widespread soaking rain to much of the region. Amounts of .50” to 1” or more will be likely through early next week. Some snow will be possible in western KELOLAND, mainly in the Black Hills.