Thunderstorms rumbled across much of southeastern KELOLAND overnight. You can see the timeline of the storms on our Beresford radar scan. Some of the cells turned briefly severe near Avon. Rainfall amounts of .50-1″ were common southwest of Sioux Falls, but numbers lessened to the northeast.
The Sioux Falls area picked up less than .25″.
More t-storms are possible in NW IA and areas southeast of Sioux Falls after 3pm. One or two of these storms could be strong, but severe chances are much higher south of KELOLAND.
Highs today will be in the 60s in most areas. More sunshine is forecast in the northeast.
Shower chances will end this evening with lows mainly in the 40s.
Tomorrow should be pleasant with only isolated shower chances across the south.
We may have a few more isolated or scattered hits of rain on Thursday to watch, but much of the 7-day forecast looks pretty good. 70s to the start the weekend should feel very nice!