The breezy west/northwest winds will subside this evening and early tonight. Clear skies and light winds will allow for temperatures to fall to the middle thirties in northeast South Dakota to the low forties elsewhere.
Sunday will be sunny, not as windy, and warmer. Highs will reach the middle seventies in eastern South Dakota to the low eighties in central and western South Dakota. The dry skies and warm temperatures will continue through Wednesday.
Changes come on Thursday as the upper air pattern develops a trough in the western United States. This will eventually lead to a developing low pressure system in the central United States. In turn, KELOLAND will have a chance for rain on Thursday along with cooler air. Lingering showers will be possible on Friday with many locations recording below average highs (50s and 60s). The cooler air will last into the weekend.