Clouds stuck around for most of the day in eastern KELOLAND keeping temperatures in the 30s. While central and western KELOLAND saw plenty of sun so afternoon temperatures soared into the 50s to near 60. There has also been a cold front moving through South Dakota today. The winds have been shifting to the west to northwest and have generally been picking up speed once the front passes.
Sunday night, what clouds are left will decrease as the cold front moves through. The cold air will arrive tonight in the upper levels of the atmosphere, so Monday will be cooler than today. Overnight lows cooling to the 20s for most of KELOLAND with a few leftover 30s in the west.
For Monday, afternoon highs will reach the 30s and 40s with breezy northwesterly winds calming down as the day goes on.
The work week will start cooler because of that cooler air sinking into the Midwest but in the middle of the weak, the cooler air will weaken. Once that happens, much warmer air will move north into KELOLAND so highs at the end of the week are could reach the 40s and 50s, even the 60s in some areas.