Eastern KELOLAND is under some fog this morning. Visibilities have been dropping to below 5 miles and at times around 1 mile. Winds have been generally from the south at a 5 to 15 mph with temperatures across KELOLAND in the 20s and 30s.
For Thursday, the lower level clouds eastern KELOLAND has been seeing all week look to stick around for today and tomorrow. Central and western South Dakota will see sunshine again. High temperatures today ranging from the upper 30s to around 40 in the east to the 60s, once again, in the west.
For Friday, much of the same kind of weather however temperatures will continue to rise. Highs in the mid-40s to around 50 for central and eastern KELOLAND while the west will hit the mid-60s.
The weekend brings a big change to KELOLAND. A cold front will move through the region and bring increasing clouds on Saturday and Sunday will have rain with a chance for some of that rain to be a rain/snow mix if the upper levels can cool down fast enough.
The next week, normal December temperatures return with highs in the 20s to around 30.