We are watching a few areas of showers and thunderstorms on our Beresford doppler radar, but most of the rain has stayed to our south. Last night, thunderstorms developed in western KELOLAND.
You can still see the smoke in the air as Canadian wildfires continue.
A few isolated hits of rain will come through KELOLAND tonight and tomorrow. We think the best odds tonight will be across the north. Tomorrow’s rain will develop mostly in central MN and also across Iowa where better instability will meet the front late in the day. We’ll have plenty of heat and humidity tomorrow, so we can’t rule out a few storms, but they will be limited in coverage.
The extended forecast still looks low on moisture. In fact, this is about as dry of a pattern you’ll see in early June around KELOLAND.
The wind today will be a little stronger and highs will jump in the 80s in much of the west and central.
Again, a few hits of rain are possible tonight, mainly in the north.
It will be a very warm day tomorrow and the humidity will be higher in the southeast. Thunderstorm chances are 20-30%.
We see more dry weather ahead this week in the 7 day forecast. The pattern will start to change by day 7, but even that change could be delayed by a day or so.