The weekend will be below average with highs in the teens and twenties. We’re still watching next week for a possible March storm on Tuesday.
Temperatures are below zero in many locations this morning, and it will lead to another cold day in KELOLAND as highs will hit the single digits and teens this afternoon. The exception will be parts of western South Dakota where Rapid City’s high will be thirty. Cloudy skies and southerly winds tonight will not allow the temperatures to fall too dramatically, looks like the numbers will only fall a couple of degrees tonight then slowly warm by the morning. With the warming temperatures tonight comes the chance for a light wintry mix. Pockets of freezing drizzle may greet you Thursday morning in central and eastern KELOLAND, so be aware of a slick commute during the morning. Thursday afternoon will supply some relief in the temperatures with highs getting back to the thirties in southern KELOLAND and the twenties in the north.