Skies will slowly become partly cloudy this evening and tonight. With dry skies, we’ll eventually fall to the twenties and low thirties.
Tuesday will be another warm day with highs in the thirties and forties in eastern South Dakota. Central and western KELOLAND will have temperatures warm to the middle forties to near fifty. Winds will be light in eastern KELOLAND with speeds of five to fifteen miles per hour. Central and western South Dakota will have stronger winds with speeds of at least fifteen to twenty-five in central South Dakota to twenty to forty in western South Dakota. Wednesday will be another warm day with highs in the forties to low fifties, but cooler air will arrive on Thursday. The cooler air will also bring a chance for light snow in eastern South Dakota, Minnesota, and northwest Iowa. As of now an inch of snow will be possible on Thursday.
Colder air will continue to move through the upper plains with highs falling to the twenties and thirties on Friday to the teens and twenties on Sunday. As of now, this will happen with dry skies.