Sunday is looking to pan out nicely. Partly cloudy skies with mid to upper 30s in the east and 40s and close to 60 in central and west KELOLAND with southerly winds returning this morning which will help bring a warmer start to the next work week.
For Sunday night, clouds will build throughout the night. Low temperatures will not be as cold, upper 20s in the east, mid to upper 30s in central and western South Dakota.
Monday is looking to be a great day, highs back in the 50s and 60s across KELOLAND with a few clouds moving in late afternoon ahead of a low pressure bringing in another wintry mix Tuesday. As of now, it does look to bring more snow than Saturday’s event. Afterwards, the rest of the week will be back up to the 40s and 50s.