Heat continues as a major trend and though the forecast remains dry for the most part, there are signs that point to scattered showers over the next few days.
Today a front has stalled in central South Dakota leaving a decent amount of moisture to work with. South of the front it will be considerably hotter and a Heat Advisory stays in place until Tuesday for many. If you are heading out to the Airshow it will end up being very hot.
Clouds will be pretty thick through the morning but by early afternoon they should start clearing out and temperatures will then race upwards. This evening a new push of moisture from our west moves in. Much like last night the moisture should hit a new wind that will ramp up any storm intensity. Strong storms will be isolated but we could get a couple severe storms before the night is over. Though most rains look to stay in our northern areas, Sioux Falls could catch the southern edges of the showers.
Tomorrow should be similar to today in temperatures but with less clouds and minimal rain chances except in the Hills.
It will largely be a hot and dry week though isolated showers and storms are certainly possible. Wednesday brings in the next organized rain chance, though this far out it looks scattered. A very slight cool-down is expected at the end of the workweek.