Winds will slowly subside this afternoon and evening under partly cloudy skies. Lows tonight will fall to the twenties as winds become southwest at five to fifteen miles per hour. Winds will not be as strong tomorrow, but temperatures will be much warmer with highs in the fifties for northern KELOLAND to the sixties across the south. Temperatures will remain near average for the rest of the week, but chances for rain start Thursday. The rain chances will last through the weekend with temperatures falling to below average readings on Sunday. There’s even a chance for snow of the back side of the storm system on Sunday, but warm weather quickly returns Monday.