Winds will remain strong over the next couple of days. For today, we’ll have strong southeast winds at twenty to thirty-five miles per hour, but winds will switch to the west/northwest for Saturday. The southerly winds will keep KELOLAND warm with highs in the sixties and seventies, but the west/northwest winds will help us cool to the fifties to near sixty for Saturday. Winds will not be as strong on Easter Sunday and temperatures will warm to the sixties for much of KELOLAND.
The warm air quickly ends on Monday with high temperatures falling to the fifties. Frosty conditions are looking likely Monday morning and Tuesday morning as temperatures dip to the twenties.
Dry skies will continue through the first half of next week, but we are getting better signs of rain Thursday and Friday.