The cold air will start to pour in over the weekend. Temperatures will only hit the upper fifties in eastern KELOLAND Saturday with slightly warmer numbers for Sunday. We’re still watching for the possibility of frost Sunday morning along and east of Interstate 29 as temperatures will fall to the middle thirties Sunday morning.
The dry weather will continue for much of next week to with only a slight chance to get wet in western South Dakota Tuesday and Wednesday.
We’ll have one more warm day in KELOLAND before much colder air moves in for the weekend. In fact, parts of northeast KELOLAND will get hit with a taste of the colder weather tomorrow afternoon, so I limited the highs to the middle sixties from Aberdeen to Watertown and northeast. Elsewhere, temperatures will warm to near seventy.