The cold front we've been expecting parked just west of Sioux Falls and I-29. For that reason, far eastern KELOLAND is still very warm. Elsewhere, it has been much colder and much windier. Eventually, the front will get here. We could see some thunder, especially in northwestern Iowa tonight. There is a pretty decent chance in Sioux Falls but this particular front has been tricky.
While the overnight low in the east will be closer to 50, the Black Hills will be below freezing. Across the region tomorrow, we'll be a degree or two on either side of 60. Rain could last into the morning for Sioux Falls and SE KELOLAND. Clearing skies will be across much of the north and west. There is another chance of rains for the southeast late Wednesday into early Thursday, too, but we expect widespread sunshine elsewhere during midweek.
Another front moves in Friday/Saturday. The best chance for rains Friday is West River, and that spreads east by Saturday. Easter Sunday looks to be partly cloudy with highs into the 50s. Early next week, highs should be cooler.