It will be another mild day with highs in the 50s and 60s. Winds will remain light at five to ten miles per hour from the northwest.
Changes come Monday night as the next storm system moves through KELOLAND. It will bring a round of rain and snow with accumulating snow likely for the southern half of the area.
Amounts of one to three inches will be common for the southern half with six inches or more possible for the Hills.
Highs on Tuesday will be in the middle thirties in eastern South Dakota to near forty in central and western KELOLAND.
Any snow KELOLAND receives will quickly go away as temperatures warm to near forty in eastern South Dakota to near fifty in central and western South Dakota on Wednesday. Thursday will also be warm with highs in the low fifties in eastern South Dakota to the middle fifties in central and western South Dakota.