A cold front made its way through KELOLAND allowing for northwest winds and cooler temperatures. Highs today will be in the sixties to near seventy with northwest winds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour. Sixties will continue for eastern KELOLAND on Tuesday, while central and western South Dakota warm to the seventies. Scattered showers and storms will develop in the Hills Tuesday afternoon and continue into the evening. The rain will eventually move into central and eastern KELOLAND Tuesday night into Wednesday. The rain chance will last for Thursday as temps fall to near fifty in northern KELOLAND while sixties will be likely for southern KELOLAND.
Much cooler air will be in KELOLAND for the weekend. Highs will be in the forties and fifties with periods of rain for Saturday and Sunday.