A red flag warning has been issued once again for much of KELOLAND with very high fire danger conditions. Sioux Falls will be hot with highs near 94 along with south winds at 15-30 mph. Even though temperatures will be cooler in Aberdeen, Pierre, and Rapid City, fire danger will be high with gusty north winds and low relative humidity.
The cold front bringing the cooler weather to KELOLAND will continue to move east tonight, but little rain is expected along the front. We’ll wait for upper-level support to move in overnight and tomorrow in southern KELOLAND, mainly south of I-90, where chances of showers will be greatest. The chance of rain in Sioux Falls will be 70%. Highs tomorrow will be cooler in the upper 60s in Sioux Falls with the clouds and showers, with 70s elsewhere to the west and north.
The rest of the week is looking cool with highs staying in the 70s through Friday. Overnight lows will be in the 40s, with a few 30s possible in north by Friday morning. While frost is not in the forecast yet, we’ll need to start watching that possibility by early next week as some chilly Canadian air make move south by Monday or Tuesday.