From Chief Meteorologist Mike Modrick: Low Tonight: 52 Winds variable 5-10 mph
High Tomorrow: 72 Winds N 10-15 mph
Two more wet days, then we get a break this upcoming weekend and into next week. In fact, we start June with summer-like temperatures, too.
For now, scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop each day. Downtown Rapid City has received 6.99" so far, our tenth wettest May. The wettest on record is 9.71" in 2008, and we'll see how close we get to that.