It’s a foggy start to the day in western and northeast South Dakota. Visibility reports are a mile or less for Rapid City and Aberdeen. The fog will slowly lift during the morning to give way to some sunshine in northeast KELOLAND, but clouds will remain thick in western KELOLAND. If you do have sunshine this morning, clouds will fill in later this morning and afternoon.
Rain will move in from the west and southwest as we go through the afternoon and into the evening. Once the rain starts, it may not finish until Wednesday night or Thursday morning.
Rain amounts will be an inch or more for areas along and south of Interstate 90. Expect lesser amounts the farther north you live.
With all the clouds and rain tomorrow, temperatures will remain cool with highs in the 40s.
After Wednesday, we’ll have drying skies for Thursday and Friday. Along with the dry skies, temperatures will warm to the 60s.
A weak frontal passage on Saturday will bring a chance for rain. Right now the best chance for rain is in eastern KELOLAND. Highs will be in the 60s on Saturday, but we’ll get many areas back to the 70s on Sunday in western and central South Dakota while eastern KELOLAND will stay in the 60s.
Next week will be warmer with highs in the 60s and 70s, but scattered rain will have to be monitored.