A warm front looks to be extending north into the US-Canada border, bringing temperatures to summer-like conditions across the Plains and Midwest regions. Out west, a dry line will be present from western Texas north into South Dakota. It is not common for a dry line to stretch so far north, so this looks to be an unusual event at hand. A cold front will be sweeping east from the Rockies to spark thunderstorms across the Dakotas and probably farther south as well. However, only the Dakotas look to have 3000+ j/kg of instability.
I will be closely watching this situation for anything else, but the main concerns appear to be hail and damaging winds for now.