Mostly clear skies in eastern KELOLAND will continue through the evening and tonight. Partly cloudy skies around the Black Hills of western South Dakota this afternoon will eventually become mostly clear tonight. A weak cold front will move through KELOLAND tonight, but it will pass through dry. Lows will eventually hit the forties by sunrise.
Tuesday will be sunny and a little cooler, thanks to east/northeast winds. Highs will still warm above average with low to middle seventies in eastern KELOLAND with the middle seventies/near eighty in the central and west.
Dry conditions and above average temperatures will continue for the rest of the week. Highs will mainly be in the seventies with overnight lows in the forties.