Temperatures are in the teens and twenties this morning with partly cloudy skies. Winds are a tad breezy in central South Dakota as we’ve had a couple of southerly gusts around thirty miles per hour. The south winds will continue through the day with speeds averaging ten to twenty miles per hour with the occasional higher gust. Temperatures will be warmer than what we had on Thanksgiving Day with highs in the middle thirties to near forty in eastern KELOLAND. Central and western South Dakota will be warmer with highs in the forties and low fifties.
The “warm” air will last into the weekend, but we’ll also watch for developing rain and snow in western and central South Dakota on Sunday. As a storm system moves into the central United States next week, it will spread the chances for rain and snow into eastern KELOLAND. With the system being several days out, I’m not ready to shout out any snow amounts, but if we do get a blanket of white high temps will only be in the single digits later in the week.
Enjoy the rest of your Thanksgiving weekend!