Clouds will slowly increase this evening and tonight. Along with the thickening clouds, temperatures will slowly warm during the overnight as southwest winds increase. Some areas of northeast South Dakota are in a Blizzard Warning for the overnight due to the strong winds creating reduced visibilities. Temperatures in the teens in eastern South Dakota will be common by sunrise.
Skies will be mostly cloudy on Friday with developing light rain and light snow. Temperatures will continue to warm to the upper thirties and low forties in eastern South Dakota to the middle fifties in western KELOLAND. Strong winds will return to western South Dakota with speeds of twenty to forty miles per hour along with gusts over sixty. A High Wind Watch is in effect for western South Dakota.
We’ll try to squeeze in another day with highs in the thirties for Saturday in eastern KELOLAND while the central and west warms to the forties and fifties. Another hit of cold air will move into KELOLAND on Sunday, this will probably result in falling temperatures during the day on Sunday. There’s also a chance for light snow on Sunday.
Temperatures will fall well below zero by Monday morning with lows in the teens below zero in eastern South Dakota. Afternoon highs on Monday will struggle to get above zero in northeast South Dakota. Temperatures will slowly warm by midweek.