Mostly clear skies for the overnight hours but clouds will begin to build up late in the morning. Overnight lows in the mid to upper 30s for central and eastern KELOLAND and western KELOLAND looks to bottom out in the low 40s.
The warmer air will stick around for Monday but northerly winds will cool us down slightly, high temperatures in the 50s for much of South Dakota. A wintery mix will move across the area starting as early as Monday evening for western KELOLAND and move east and leave the eastern side of KELOLAND by Tuesday evening. Cooler air will tag along with the mix so we’ll be back to 30s and 40s for Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday looks to have mostly clear skies so highs will be back in the 40s and 50s but temps will drop slightly to the upper 30s and mid-40s for the next weekend.