Friday brought a quick hit of warmer weather with many locations at or just above average. Of course, these types of temperatures will not last as much colder air is lurking to our north and will soon be over KELOLAND.
As of now, we're thinking the coldest of the air in KELOLAND will be on Monday with lows falling to the teens and twenties below zero and highs in the single digits and low teens below zero.
But to set records for coldest lows, we'd have to fall to the middle twenties to the thirties below zero in central and eastern South Dakota.
Setting records for the coldest highs of the day may be more obtainable. As of now, the forecast of single digits and teens below zero are real close to record coldest highs.
After Monday, temperatures will slowly warm back to the single digits and teens above zero Tuesday and Wednesday.