The weekend will feature a weak cold front to move through KELOLAND, allowing for cooler temperatures. Even though the temperatures will be cooler, we’ll be closer to average with highs in the forties and lower fifties in central and eastern KELOLAND. Western South Dakota will be warmer than average with highs in the lower sixties.
Along with the warmer temps in the west, scattered light rain showers will be possible on Sunday.
Next week will feature a battle between cool weather in the western United States and warm weather in the west. It might end up splitting South Dakota in half with cool air in eastern KELOLAND and warm air in western South Dakota. Even looking beyond the seven-day forecast, I don’t expect things to change too much until the middle of November (maybe).
Breezy conditions in southeast KELOLAND will slowly subside this evening while winds across KELOLAND will become light during the overnight. Clear skies and light winds will allow temperatures to fall to the twenties and thirties tonight.