Leftover showers from the morning are pushing into western Minnesota this afternoon and skies are clearing from west to east. This increasing sunshine along with the closeness of an area of low pressure may still give KELOLAND scattered thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening. Some of those storms may be strong to severe with large hail and strong winds being the main threats, however there is enough spin in the air that the tornado threat cannot be ruled out. But once the rain clears the area this evening, the overnight should have mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will cool to the 50s.
KELOLAND will see a break in the rain as clouds continue to dissipate tomorrow giving a little extra sunshine tomorrow afternoon. Late in the day, the Black Hills could see some isolated thunderstorms. Highs tomorrow will reach the 70s to middle 80s.
Temperatures will slowly warm closer to average this week; which means highs returning to the low to middle 80s in many locations. The next chance for rain is still expected to be Tuesday, lasting into Tuesday night.
Highest rainfall reports from yesterday and last night: