Saturday night, the skies remain clear with lows in the mid to upper 30s, winds will also die down to 10 to 20 mph. A cold front will be moving through overnight as well shifting winds to the north.
For Sunday, clouds building throughout the day with rain starting in western KELOLAND in the evening hours. Highs in the 50s and 60s with breezy winds 15 to 25 mph.
Monday will be an interesting day. It looks like temperatures will steadily decline throughout the day, meaning that the morning temperature is likely to be warmer than the afternoon temperature. Afternoon temperatures in the upper teens and 20s are possible. Along with that, winter returns. As of now, snow accumulations up to six to eight inches for central and northeastern KELOLAND, four to six inches in the west, three to five inches are possible in the south and southeast. Blizzard Watch will go into effect late Sunday and last till Monday night for parts of northeast South Dakota and a Winter Storm Watch will go into effect late Sunday and last till Monday night for western KELOLAND.
The rest of the work week, will be a slow warm up so by Friday, KELOLAND looks to be back to the 40s. There is also a chance for light snow again on Wednesday.