Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies will continue through this evening and tonight. Lows will eventually fall to the teens and twenties as winds become southeast.
Wednesday will be warm with highs in the fifties in eastern South Dakota to the lower sixties in central and western South Dakota. South winds will be a little breezy in eastern KELOLAND with speeds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour.
The warmth will come to an end by Thursday with highs retreating to the forties. In fact, temperatures may actually fall during the day as northerly winds blow at least fifteen to thirty miles per hour. Along with the cooler temps, there’s a chance for light rain. Some of the rain will start Wednesday evening in south central South Dakota and move into southeast KELOLAND by Thursday morning.
Friday will be a cool day with highs in the thirties with partly cloudy skies.
The weekend is looking sunny and warm. Highs will rebound to the fifties in eastern South Dakota on Saturday while central and western South Dakota will warm to the sixties. Sunday should be even warmer with widespread sixties to low seventies.