Skies are mostly sunny across KELOLAND.
The only thing we can see on the satellite picture is some snow on the ground in southwest Minnesota, and some high clouds approaching I-29 from the west. Despite the sunshine, temperatures have been slow to warm, and we do not expect anything more than upper 20s to low 30s for high temperatures on Monday.
Tonight looks to be the coldest night of the week. The air mass over us is dry, so with a lack of clouds or wind, we look to lose every degree possible. Look for overnight lows in the single digits to low teens.
We begin our return to above-normal temperatures tomorrow. With only high clouds, we forecast mid 40s in eastern South Dakota and low 50s west. Wednesday we will be up the upper 40s East River to the 50s in the west. And Thursday, record high temperatures are likely. We predict mid to upper 50s in eastern South Dakota. Some places in the south central part of the state could see 60. We will cool down into the upper 30s this weekend. Still nothing on the horizon for us to forecast anything rain or snow anytime soon.