Partly cloudy skies will remain for this evening and night as temps fall to the teens and twenties. Winds will remain light at five to fifteen miles per hour from the west and southwest.
Friday will be another above average day with highs in the thirties and forties. Low fifties will be found in western South Dakota. This will happen with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.
The above average highs will continue for southern KELOLAND on Saturday, but colder air will invade from the north to bring an end to the warmth. Highs will range form the thirties and forties in southern South Dakota to the twenties in the north. It could end up being one of those days where the temps remain steady or slowly fall during the afternoon.
Along with the falling temps Saturday night into Sunday, light snow will also be possible. We’re not seeing any big chances or a lot of snow because moisture is very limited.
Sunday will be cold with highs only in the single digits and teens. The cold air will last into next week with another round of snow possible Tuesday and Wednesday.