There will be a couple of clouds that hold early Tuesday night in eastern South Dakota; otherwise skies will be mostly clear. Lows will fall to the teens in eastern South Dakota to the low 20s in central KELOLAND and middle 20s in the west. Winds will become light from the south.
Wednesday will be a mild day ahead of a cold front. Highs will be in the middle 30s in eastern South Dakota to the middle 50s in western KELOLAND. The colder air will begin to slide across KELOLAND in the evening. Along with colder temps Wednesday night and into Thursday, there’s also a chance for light snow. Highs on Thursday will be reached early in the day with temps remaining steady or slowly falling during the afternoon.
The brunt of the cold air will be over KELOLAND on Friday. This means afternoon highs will be in the single digits and overnight lows will be in the single digits and teens below zero. The cold will remain for the weekend with highs in the teens and twenties. There are indications of a slow warm-up early next week.