We’re starting another weekend with warm temperatures, light winds and dry air. Though fire danger is high, it should be a pleasant time for outdoor plans.
Today should be a little warmer than yesterday but not by all that much. Most of us will top out in the 80s.
More clear skies arrive tonight with the exception of Rapid City. With a little system in Wyoming, we could see a few very isolated storms sneak into the Black Hills. More likely is a few clouds overnight.
The first of two cold fronts starts coming into KELOLAND tomorrow. Although we’ll see more cloud cover, the chance of rain is really small. Still, we could see a few isolated showers late in the day Sunday. The breeze will be a bigger story, with winds gusting late in the Black Hills near 30 mph.
The temperatures drop on Monday 5-10 degrees but we’ll warm right back up on Tuesday ahead of the next, stronger cold front. Tuesday does look to be very sunny.
The next plunge of Canadian air starts on Wednesday and by Thursday we’ll have cooled 20-30 degrees in just two days. There is a chance for rain Wednesday night through parts of Thursday for us, but since it doesn’t look too great with the dry air, we’ve left it out. The slightly better area for rain would be NW Iowa.
We could also see another isolated hard freeze Friday morning.
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