Monday will be sunny and warm with highs in the seventies to near eighty. Winds will be light, but winds will increase greatly by Tuesday as a cold front swings across the area. This front will also bring partly cloudy skies, cooler temperatures, and isolated showers. Highs will be closer to average Tuesday and Wednesday with numbers in the low to middle sixties.
There’s another warming trend in the works for the end of the week and into the first half of the weekend. Highs will return to the seventies by Friday and last into Saturday before another shot of colder air moves in on Sunday.
Isolated showers will still be possible this evening in the Hills of western South Dakota and in Potter County of central South Dakota. These showers will go away as the sun sets, and then skies will be mostly clear to partly cloudy overnight with temperatures falling to the forties and fifties by Monday morning.