Clouds have been thick in central KELOLAND this afternoon and they will remain through the evening. The clouds will slowly move into eastern South Dakota tonight and last through the day on Thursday. Temperatures will fall to the teens tonight.
With the thick cloud cover in eastern KELOLAND on Thursday, temperatures will be slightly cooler than today. Highs will be in the twenties and thirties to near forty in Rapid City.
There are signs of a warming trend for the weekend, but the brunt of the warm air will be slow to move into eastern South Dakota. Highs on Saturday will range from near thirty in eastern South Dakota to the low fifties in Rapid City.
There’s still a chance for rain and snow on Monday for just about all of KELOLAND. This system will slide in from the northwest so moisture amounts will be limited, but a couple inches of snow will be possible by Tuesday morning.