We started today off very cold for early in the fall. The highs will also be on the chilly side, with most not reaching 50. For many that is about 20 degrees below normal and that's the coldest air we've seen since the middle of April.
There is also some snow in the Hills and in far SW South Dakota. Most of these light snow showers will end during the morning and will drift southwards into Nebraska. With high pressure in place today we should have lots of sun. Arctic air remains locked in, though, keeping the crisp air around through tonight.
Tonight will basically be a repeat of last night. Temperatures will again plummet to the lower 20s by early Sunday morning. We should be warmer tomorrow with lots of sunshine and a west wind.
Not much active weather comes until Tuesday. A new cold front will move back in, though it does not seem quite as strong as the last one. Clouds will be thick on Tuesday but rain appears unlikely.
Sunny and cool weather lasts most of the workweek. The best chance for anything to develop looks to be next Saturday but that's still a long way out.