From KSFY Television Meteorologist Sam Gabrielli

After some late Thursday storms, the end of the week will be on the dry side of things. Most of today's sunshine will be found in central and northern South Dakota as high temperatures will also be around seasonable readings for this time of year.

A pop up storm or two is not out of the question mid to late afternoon along I-90 or in eastern South Dakota. The good news is that the storms will be brief and will weaken fairly quickly as we progress into the evening hours. The better opportunity for storms will be Saturday because another storm system will track in from the west. Some of the storms may be severe, with hail and some locally strong wind gusts as the main threats.

The timeline of Saturday's storms will be during the late afternoon and evening hours. Make sure you keep tabs on the latest forecast as conditions may rapidly change during the day. A much quieter outlook lies ahead for Sunday afternoon.

The main story to begin next week will be for abundant sun and warmer and more humid air to filter into the region once again. High temperatures will easily reach the middle to upper 80s both Monday and Tuesday. In fact, some low 90s are not out of the question for portions of central South Dakota on Monday. A storm system will brush through and will bring a drop in temperatures on Wednesday as well as more chances for storms at that time.

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