Our pattern remains largely quiet with the biggest weather-making storms staying south or north. If you are traveling south today, though, keep it slow, as Omaha is now getting the brunt of the big system we saw yesterday. The same system brings us fog and overcast skies. Highs will be in the middle 30s, with not much wiggle room. If you see much sunlight today, you are one of the lucky few.
Tonight, lows will be around 20 and patchy fog will be east. By tomorrow, a clearing trend starts in the west, and leaves us with blue skies across KELOLAND. Highs will also be on the up-tick, into the 40s. Rapid City could easily peak at 50+.
On Tuesday, an Arctic surge of colder air will move in. It won't do much else besides get colder, as very few of us will even see flurries. The rest of the week looks above normal and dry.
It won't be pretty but we will remain dry today. Dense fog hangs over much of eastern and northern KELOLAND, and thick stratus clouds last through your Saturday. Tomorrow looks much clearer and will be warmer.