Yesterday was cooler for much of the KELOLAND region, but that was no relief for the southeast. Well, today that cooldown comes for Sioux Falls and Yankton. The forecast remains mostly dry and quiet for the coming seven days.
Today we have lots of cloud cover and light northeast winds. Early morning showers coming north out of Nebraska into the Badlands will really dissipate quickly. The remnants will then move ENE off towards Brookings and Watertown. Nothing suggests big rainmakers, so a few hundredths of an inch is about the full potential. The slight incline heading west across the state could mean a few showers later in the afternoon but most of those will be for the western Hills.
Tonight should be quiet with lows down in the lower 60s.
Sunday will be a few degrees warmer in most areas. A thin stream of showers will try to come from North Dakota towards NE South Dakota. Most forecast tracks have that fizzling pretty quickly, though. Winds should not be a big issue tomorrow.
In the extended forecast we remain dry with only a few stray and unorganized showers. Starting Tuesday, most will have full sunshine on the way to a little bit of a warmup. Highs from Thursday onwards appear to be 90+ again.