It’s a mild start to the morning in most of KELOLAND. Some light freezing drizzle has developed in the northeast as a north breeze blows across the snowcover in that region, but temperatures will be mild in the upper 20s and lower 30s in the east. Highs will be warmest in the west with mid 40s in Rapid City.
The weather will remain quiet and will turn warmer into the weekend with highs in the upper 30s in the east, with near 50 degree weather in Rapid City.
The extended forecast remains above normal, but more clouds will move our way early next week with a chance of rain or freezing rain by Tuesday night and Wednesday. This system will be part of an active jet stream change that could give us more stormy weather over the next 10-15 days.