Isolated showers and thunderstorms are showing up on KELOLAND Live Doppler HD this afternoon. These showers are scattered in south central and southeast South Dakota. They’re moving east /northeast and dropping small amounts of accumulation. Stronger storms are once again rumbling in the Hills of western South Dakota, the latest is just south of Rapid City, moving southeast. Most of the rain will be done by sunset and skies will become partly cloudy for the overnight. Temperatures will fall to the low and middle sixties tonight.
Thursday will be partly cloudy and cooler. Afternoon highs will be a couple of degrees away from average for the southern half of KELOLAND with highs in the upper eighties. The northern half will have temperatures a couple of degrees below average with highs in the lower eighties. Winds will be from the north/northwest at ten to twenty miles per hour.
Friday morning is looking cool with some areas in KELOLAND falling to the fifties. The best locations for morning lows in the fifties will be from Huron to Marshall and north. Friday afternoon will be partly cloudy with highs in the lower eighties in eastern KELOLAND to the upper eighties and low nineties in the central and west.
The weekend will bring a round of showers and storms with slowly warming temperatures. The rain chances will begin in western and central South Dakota Saturday afternoon and move east Saturday night and into Sunday. Many locations will return to the nineties for highs on Sunday.