It will be another frosty night in eastern KELOLAND as temperatures will fall to the twenties and thirties by the morning. This should be the last night to protect any plants around your house as overnight lows will warm for the weekend and into next week.
Friday afternoon will be warmer with highs in the fifties to near sixty degrees, that’s still ten to fifteen degrees below average. Winds will be light with average speeds of five to fifteen miles per hour.
Highs will return to the sixties and low seventies for the weekend. Western South Dakota will have scattered showers throughout the weekend, but the amounts will stay light with accumulations near a quarter inch through Sunday.
The sixties and seventies will continue for next week. Along with the warmer air, rain will be possible. The slight chance for rain will start Monday and last through Thursday.