Showers will be scattered through the evening in western South Dakota, and then they’ll go away shortly after sunset. Skies will clear for much of the area tonight as temperatures fall to the thirties. Parts of northern and eastern KELOLAND will have areas of frost. If you have tender vegetation, it will be a good idea to cover them not only tonight, but for the next couple of nights as lows will be in the thirties through Friday morning.
Wednesday will be much like today with plenty of sunshine in the morning, followed by thicker clouds in the afternoon. Highs will be in the fifties to near sixty degrees with isolated showers for all of KELOLAND. Western South Dakota will once again have the best chance for the rain. Rain amounts will generally stay less than a tenth of an inch.
Fifties and low sixties will continue through the rest of the week, but warmer weather is scheduled to return for the weekend. Highs for the weekend and early next week will be in the sixties to near seventy. Along with the warmer air, rain returns on Monday.