We’re still getting reports of fog in central and eastern KELOLAND this afternoon. It’s not as thick as earlier today, but we have visibility reports of two miles for Aberdeen, Watertown, and Marshall. Ortonville is just under two miles.
The fog will lift as winds become north this evening and tonight. A lot of the clouds will remain for KELOLAND tonight as lows fall to the teens to near twenty.
North winds will help scour out the clouds for Wednesday, but temperatures will remain below average. Highs will be in the twenties and thirties, about five degrees cooler than the averages. The cool air will last for the rest of the work week, but there are signs of warmer weather for the weekend. Sunday still looks to be the warmest day in the seven-day forecast with highs in the thirties in eastern KELOLAND to the forties in central South Dakota to near fifty in Rapid City.
Monday will be watched for snow as a system drops in from the northwest. These types of systems typically don’t have a lot of moisture with them but they are known to drop a couple inches of snow and bring wind.