Clouds will be common in eastern KELOLAND through Monday evening and night. Temperatures will only fall to the 20s in many locations with winds of ten to 20 miles per hour. A weak cold front will pass through late Monday night to help kick the winds up to 15 to 25 miles per hour in northeast South Dakota.
The cold front will be responsible for shaving off a couple of degrees for Tuesday afternoon in eastern South Dakota. Expect highs in the east around 30 degrees with highs in western South Dakota around 50.
Wednesday is looking to be the warmest day of the week. Highs will be in the middle 30s in eastern South Dakota to the lower 50s in the west. Colder air will move back into KELOLAND starting on Thursday. The cold air will be able to squeeze out light snow Thursday and Friday. Temperatures by Friday will be in the single digits for highs while overnight lows fall below zero.