A cold front will move through KELOLAND this evening and tonight. The front will result in an increase in clouds, scattered showers, and breezy northwest winds. Any showers that develop will stay light with amounts less than a tenth of an inch. Lows will fall to the thirties and forties.
Saturday will be cool and blustery. Highs will be in the fifties to near sixty degrees. That’s about five to fifteen degrees below average. Along with the cold air, frost will be possible in eastern KELOLAND Sunday morning. High temperatures will creep back to near sixty in eastern South Dakota to the low seventies in the central and west.
The real heat will show up early next week. Starting on Monday, highs will soar to the seventies and low eighties in eastern South Dakota to near ninety in central and western KELOLAND. As the heat breaks down on Wednesday, scattered showers and storm will be possible. Highs for midweek and beyond will remain a couple of degrees above average with numbers in the seventies.