Clouds will slowly depart late tonight and temperatures will fall to the single digits in eastern KELOLAND. The teens will be likely in central South Dakota and the twenties in western KELOLAND.
Saturday will be another well below average day in eastern KELOLAND with highs in the twenties. At least the sun will be out and the winds will be light. Central South Dakota will be a little warmer with highs in the thirties to near forty. Western South Dakota will have a warm day with highs in the fifties.
Sunday will be mild for all of KELOLAND. Highs will reach the forties and low fifties in eastern South Dakota. Middle fifties will be common in central South Dakota and the middle sixties will be likely in western KELOLAND.
While we will start next week mild, colder air will arrive by Tuesday. A cold front and low pressure system will slide across KELOLAND Monday into Tuesday. The system will spark periods of light rain and light snow for the southern half of the area. Highs will fall to the thirties by Tuesday, but they’ll rebound to the forties and fifties by Thursday.