Parts of central and northern KELOLAND had clearing skies this afternoon which helped temperatures warm to the low fifties. Temperatures held in the thirties and forties where clouds remained thick along with periods of rain and snow.
As we go through the overnight, clouds will fill back in for northeast South Dakota and rain/snow will develop. Periods of light rain and snow will continue for everyone tonight as temperatures fall to the thirties. Winds will continue from the north and northwest at fifteen to thirty miles per hour.
Wednesday will be another cold and cloudy day with scattered showers. Highs will be in the forties with north winds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour. Scattered showers will continue into Thursday, though they should not be numerous and there’s a better chance to see sunshine too.
Friday and Saturday are looking dry and slightly warmer with highs returning to the fifties and sixties. Another round of rain will have to be watched for Sunday with temperatures in the fifties.