Partly cloudy skies will hold as we go through this evening and tonight. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties by Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and warm. Highs will be in the forties and fifties with south winds of at least ten to twenty miles per hour. Western South Dakota will have stronger winds from the northwest at twenty to thirty-five miles per hour with occasional higher gusts.
The warmth comes to an end on Thursday with much colder air riding strong northwest winds. Scattered light snow will also be possible in western and southeast KELOLAND. Any snow that falls will stay less than an inch. Thursday will end up being a day with steady or slowly falling temperatures throughout the day.
The cold air will once again settle over the plains for the rest of the week and into the weekend. Highs will be in the teens and twenties for Saturday and Sunday underneath dry skies. The cold air will last into next week with a chance for snow on Monday.