Scattered showers and t-storms fell overnight in KELOLAND, mainly along a line from Hot Springs to Pierre…east toward Clark and Watertown. Up to .25” has been reported with this activity as it continues to push east into MN. Some heavier rain fell in central MN overnight with amounts over 1” near Willmar.
Hot weather will be the headline in the southeast and this will not help firefighters in Nebraska. Temperatures are expected well over 105 to possibly 110 around Springview where Red flag warnings have been posted again today. Sioux Falls will be at 100, with 105 in Yankton. Aberdeen will be cooler at 90. Scattered showers and t-storms will develop later this afternoon in western SD and move east tonight. Pierre, Rapid City, and Aberdeen will see a 40%-50% chance of t-storms with Sioux Falls at a 20%.
Scattered showers and t-storms will develop in the southeast tomorrow, but the chances are still at 30% for Sioux Falls.
Cooler weather will arrive behind this cold front for the rest of the work week with highs in the 80s in the east, with 90s in the central and west. Isolated t-storms will be possible the rest of the week, with a few more scattered t-storms in the east by Saturday PM.