Snow showers will come to an end for eastern KELOLAND this evening and then the cold air will pour in. Skies will clear and winds will become light as high pressure moves in from Canada. Lows tonight will fall to the teens and twenties below zero for eastern KELOLAND to the single digits and teens above in central and western South Dakota. Wind Chill Advisories are in effect for parts of eastern KELOLAND through the overnight and into Tuesday morning.
Tuesday will be cold in eastern South Dakota with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs will be in the teens and twenties in eastern KELOLAND to the thirties in central South Dakota and the forties in the west.
The cold air will stay with us through much of the week. Highs will only be in the teens and twenties in eastern KELOLAND while the twenties and thirties will be in central and western South Dakota. Another shot of bitter cold will hit us for Thursday morning with lows falling the teens and twenties below. Temperatures will be a little warmer for the weekend with highs returning to the twenties and thirties in eastern South Dakota to the forties and fifties in central and western South Dakota.