A cooler than normal air mass will center itself over the Midwest today, highs only reaching the 60s with low 70s possible in western South Dakota. Extreme southwestern KELOLAND has a small chance for scattered light rain; otherwise, mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for today.
Clear skies and the cooler air mass will allow temperatures to drop to the 30s and 40s again tonight.
The sunny weather will keep going this weekend and warmer weather starts to move into the Midwest. The cooler air mass over the Midwest will move eastward so afternoon temperatures in the 70s and 80s are expected this weekend.
The warm up continues into next week. Afternoon high temperatures will peak in the 80s with near 90° found in western KELOLAND. Next chance for showers and thunderstorms is in the middle of next week.