Stubborn and slow moving clouds seemed to have parked themselves over eastern KELOLAND this afternoon. But a quick look at the visible satellite and our SkyCam networks shows that there is an end to the clouds so tonight, clear to mostly clear skies will be found in KELOLAND. Overnight lows will dip into the teens again. Some patchy fog is possible overnight tonight especially in southeast KELOLAND where the melting snow has been putting extra moisture in the air.
For Wednesday and Thursday, the Midwest will be underneath an area of upper level high pressure. Usually this kind of pattern brings temperatures well above the climate normal, but with the new snow, we pulled back on the high potential and kept most of KELOLAND in the 30s and 40s, with the exception of Rapid City. But if the snow melts faster than expected, projected highs will only go up!
Friday and Saturday have a small chance for a quick hit of scattered, light snow as the upper level high weakens over the Midwest, allowing for a weak upper level low to pass over. Afternoon highs will also drop from the 30s on Friday to 20s for the weekend.
Next week looks to start off warm with highs quickly bouncing back into the 30s and 40s.