We've got one last day of extemely warm temperatures. By tonight, a cold front moves into KELOLAND, and that should be the big weather event of the coming week.
Early on, we've got really dense fog along I-29 and points east. Most of this should break up before noon, but southwest Minnesota won't be quite as warm today. Northwest Iowa will see the same, but all areas should still get in on the summer-like trend today.
Tonight, rains are possible in the Black Hills as the front comes in. Monday will be sharply cooler with strong northwest winds, increased cloud cover and the slight chance of rains.
Highs should only be around 60, and there is not much movement for the temperatures. Tuesday morning will be the coldest of the coming week, so back your jackets.
By this point, the sun should be coming out nicely. This trend lasts quite a bit of the workweek. The storm system we've been tracking for Wednesday night into Thursday morning looks like it will graze KELOLAND in NW Iowa but for now, that looks to be about it.
Another storm system is looking pretty good for Easter weekend.