The latest Forecast from the KX News Dakota Storm Center.
A cold front continues to move through the area eastward, with a low pressure system in western South Dakota. Showers and thunderstorms are staying ahead of the front, but will remain in the area for tonight and for Labor Day. Some severe weather conditions for this evening and into tonight are more likely for the southern areas with large hail and strong winds being the biggest threat. Temperatures will be cool for much of the week with highs on either side of 70 degrees and lows in the 40s and 50s. Rain chances will decrease starting Monday night leaving partly cloudy skies for Tuesday, but another chance of showers will develop on Wednesday when another low pressures system comes through North Dakota.
Monday, cloudy skies with chances of showers and thunderstorms remaining in the area. Highs to be in the mid 60s with a northeast/north wind at 2-10 mph.
Monday night, rain chances decrease as the night progresses, otherwise partly cloudy skies. Lows will be on either side of 50 degrees with a north wind shifting northwest at 1-8 mph.