Areas of freezing rain and freezing drizzle will be possible in north central and northeast KELOLAND. The area most likely to get the freezing precipitation will be north of Highway 212. The freezing drizzle and freezing rain will exit most of northeast South Dakota by noon.
Temperatures will be warmer this afternoon with highs ranging from the twenties in northeast South Dakota to the fifties in western KELOLAND. Winds will not be a problem as the speeds will average five to fifteen miles per hour from the south/southwest.
The warmth will continue into Saturday with temperatures jumping to the upper forties and lower fifties in southeast KELOLAND. Northeast South Dakota will have highs in the middle thirties, while central South Dakota will be near forty. Western KELOLAND will have highs in the upper forties to near fifty degrees.
The warm air will come to an end on Sunday. Temperatures will fall fifteen to thirty degrees as highs retreat to the teens and twenties. The colder air will squeeze out a chance for light snow in western South Dakota, but it looks like central and eastern KELOLAND will stay dry.
The cold air will stay for Monday, but temperatures will slowly warm as we go through the work week.