Rain is not as widespread as originally thought, but scattered showers are in the forecast for southeast KELOLAND today. At the same time, fog is reducing visibilities to less than a mile at times in eastern KELOLAND. The fog will slowly go away this morning with a decrease in cloud cover expected to work west to east today. This will allow for sunshine in western, central, and northern South Dakota.
Highs will make the 50s where the sun shines while 40s will be common underneath the cloud cover.
Scattered showers will continue for southeast KELOLAND this evening and tonight while skies will be partly cloudy to the west and north. Lows tonight will fall to the 20s and 30s.
The weekend will be mostly dry. Scattered showers will be possible on Sunday in western South Dakota. Highs this weekend will be in the 40s and 50s with partly sunny skies.
Temperatures will be above average for next week which means highs in the 50s and 60s. Our next chance for rain will be midweek and it looks like temperatures should stay warm enough to keep things as all rain.