Mostly clear skies will continue through the evening for a good portion of KELOLAND. The only exception will be a bank of clouds that have developed along and near the James River Valley. These clouds will eventually go away as the sun sets. Lows will fall to the forties and fifties tonight with light south winds.
South winds will increase throughout the day on Wednesday. This will allow for another day of above average highs as the temps make the seventies and eighties. The above average temps will continue into Thursday with partly cloudy skies.
As the upper air pattern dips in the western United States, a piece of energy will rotate through KELOLAND to bring a chance for rain Friday into Saturday. It could end up being a mild day in eastern KELOLAND on Friday while western South Dakota is caught underneath clouds and rain. The rain will move to the east Friday night into Saturday morning. As it does, temperatures will cool to the sixties on Saturday for much of the area. Sunday will be dry with highs in the seventies.