Cold air will settle in across KELOLAND tonight with some areas in northern South Dakota and western Minnesota falling to the single digits. This will happen with partly cloudy skies and northwest winds of ten to twenty miles per hour.
The northwest winds will keep us cool for Tuesday with highs in the upper twenties to lower thirties in eastern South Dakota. Central to western KELOLAND will have highs in the thirties to near forty. Winds will not be as strong, but a slight breeze of ten to fifteen miles per hour will be common.
Wednesday will be warm with increasing southerly winds. South winds of at least fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour will be common in eastern KELOLAND as highs warm to the fifties in central and eastern South Dakota. Sixty degree weather can be expected in the west.
The warmth will quickly come to an end on Thursday. A storm system will move into Nebraska to bring a chance for rain Thursday afternoon which will eventually mix with and turn to snow Thursday night into Friday. Thursday will be one of those days when the temperature falls during the afternoon.
Friday is looking chilly, but temperatures will rebound for the weekend. Highs on Saturday will warm to the fifties and sixties; sixties will be common on Sunday. Seventies will even make an appearance in western South Dakota on Sunday.