Mostly clear skies will continue through the evening and overnight. With the clear skies and light winds, temperatures will fall to the twenties by daybreak.
The sunshine will continue into Friday, but winds will shift to the southwest. The southwest winds will allow for warmer temperatures with highs in the 50s in eastern South Dakota to the 60s in central and western South Dakota.
The warmth will not last into Saturday. A cold front will slide across KELOLAND to help usher in cooler air with highs in the forties for eastern South Dakota to the 50s in western South Dakota. Temperatures will swing back up on Sunday with highs in the 50s for central and eastern South Dakota to the 60s in western KELOLAND.
The weather changes early next week with a series of storm systems running through the plains. The first will move through on Monday with rain and snow in western South Dakota. That moisture and energy will move into central and eastern South Dakota Monday night and Tuesday. The next system will bring rain to southern KELOALND on Thursday. Highs will remain below average through much of next week with overnight lows falling to the teens.