National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Mostly sunny and dry conditions prevail today, but the remainder of this week into the first weekend of June will bring multiple chances of showers and thunderstorms. An isolated strong to severe storm is possible Thursday into Thursday night; however, late Sunday into Sunday night looks to be a more favorable period for a few severe storms. Locally heavy rainfall is also possible. Those with outdoor plans should keep a close eye on the forecast.
Long range forecasts are beginning to show signs of a warm up as June arrives. With average temperatures approaching the 80 degree mark by the first of the month, above average temperatures in the 80s are possible.
After morning scattered showers and a few thunderstorms move into the area, we'll keep an eye towards a front that will stall over eastern South Dakota in the afternoon. Isolated to scattered storms may develop along this front and move southeast in the later afternoon hours and early evening hours. Large hail to 1.25 inches may be possible with brief 60 mph wind gusts.