Skies will become clear and winds will become light across KELOLAND tonight. Temperatures will fall to the forties for lows.
Tuesday will start with sunshine, but clouds will slowly increase during the late morning and afternoon. Temperatures will be slightly warmer as winds become south at five to fifteen miles per hour. Highs will be in the upper sixties to lower seventies in eastern South Dakota to the middle/upper seventies in central and western South Dakota. The warming trend will continue through the rest of the week with highs in the middle/upper seventies in eastern South Dakota to the eighties in central and western South Dakota on Friday.
A weak cold front will bring a slight chance for rain to eastern KELOLAND late in the day on Friday and into Saturday. Temperatures will only cool by about five degrees in many locations on Saturday. Sunday will be dry with highs in the middle seventies.