It was another hot and breezy afternoon in southeast KELOLAND. Temperatures at 2:00 have topped ninety ahead of a cold front. The front is located just west of Mitchell to Madison, MN. Behind the front, temperatures are in the seventies and eighties. The front will continue to slowly move east this evening and tonight. As the front moves through southeast KELOLAND, clouds will increase and winds will become north. Lows will fall to the forties and fifties tonight.
The rain will hold off until Wednesday. Southeast KELOLAND has the best chance to get wet with rain amounts of a quarter to a half inch possible. Northeast, central, and western KELOLAND will stay dry with highs in the sixties and seventies.
Temperatures will slowly warm through Saturday with central and western South Dakota returning to the eighties. Another hit of cool air moves in Sunday and Monday with dry skies.