It will be another mild day for outdoor plans, with the winds not quite as strong. For others, that means the worsening drought continues across the High Plains. The winds will change a little bit today, mostly coming out of the south. Temperatures will be slightly warmer West River and slightly cooler East River.
Overnight, a stout south breeze will keep us from cooling down too much. Skies will remain clear, however, with the stars out. Tomorrow is moving day for the temperatures. We'll all be much hotter as heat from the Desert Southwest arrives in KELOLAND. The south wind will be strong in most spots ahead of a Tuesday and Wednesday cold front. A very isolated shower is possible tomorrow evening in the Northern Hills and NW South Dakota.
Tuesday the temperatures will fall a few degrees but we expect a much bigger drop Wednesday. That's also when we'll have another chance of rain, but mostly for far SE KELOLAND. Behind that, there is still very dry air at the surface which will take away most of the rain chance.
Some of those rains could continue into Thursday morning near Sioux Falls. The end of the week looks cooler, as well.