Temperatures will remain in the sixties to near seventy for the rest of the afternoon and early evening. Once the sun sets and the winds slow down, temps are expected to fall quickly. We’ll have areas fall to the forties by Tuesday’s sunrise.
While temperatures will remain below average for the next couple of days, we’ll slowly warm the closer we get to the weekend. By Friday, there will be areas in central South Dakota close to ninety degrees. While a weak area of low pressure will move through the upper plains this weekend, temperatures should remain in the eighties. The weak low will also give KELOLAND scattered showers and storms for Saturday and Sunday.
Next week is looking much warmer with widespread eighties and nineties becoming likely with dry skies.