Widely scattered showers and thundershowers in northwest Iowa will continue to slide southeast this afternoon and evening. We’ll see if any make it across the border in southeast South Dakota. As of now, I’d have to say the chance is less than twenty percent for that to happen. Most of KELOLAND will have clear to partly cloudy skies this evening and tonight with lows falling to the upper fifties and lower sixties with light winds.
The dry and warm conditions will continue tomorrow and through much of the week. Temperatures will also remain above average, but not as warm as what we had last week. This week will consist of highs near ninety degrees in eastern KELOLAND to the middle nineties in central and western South Dakota. The only possibility for rain in the seven-day forecast is on Friday, and it’s looking slim. The weekend is looking dry with temperatures in the eighties and nineties.