A mild day is in store with highs in the sixties for southeast, central, and western South Dakota. Snow depth in northeast KELOLAND is still around five inches, so temperatures will be a little cooler with highs near fifty.
A cold front will move through KELOLAND tonight. The front will bring in cooler temperatures and windier conditions. Winds will crank up as early as tonight in western South Dakota with speeds of thirty to fifty miles per hour. The quick shot of colder air will also squeeze out light rain and light snow showers. Anything that falls will stay light, the only exception will be in the Hills of western South Dakota. Don’t be surprised for a couple of inches of snow in the Hills by Wednesday evening.
The colder air will slowly move out of KELOLAND Thursday through the weekend. Many locations will have temperatures in the forties and fifties this weekend.