Clouds will decrease in eastern KELOLAND this evening and lead the way to partly cloudy skies overnight. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties with light southerly winds.
Thursday will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny with highs closer to average in eastern South Dakota. Temps will be well above average in the central and west, with Rapid City getting close to sixty degrees.
A storm system will approach from the southwest on Friday to give thicker clouds to KELOLAND. Highs will be a little cooler that day for just about everyone except the southeast. Expect widespread thirties and forties.
Rain will start Friday night in southern KELOLAND and slowly move north Saturday morning. As colder air wraps around the system Saturday night and Sunday, the rain will mix and change to snow. Temperatures this weekend will start closer to average and end slightly below average, mainly thirties to near forty. I don’t see any bitterly cold air behind this system, but temperatures will be slightly below average as we start next week.