Clouds will slowly decrease Wednesday evening. With the decrease in clouds, temperatures will fall to the 20s in many locations with isolated teens in north central and northeast South Dakota.
Thursday will be mostly sunny and dry. Temperatures will remain cool with highs in the forties. The sunshine will continue into Friday with highs reaching the 50s. The dry skies will last into the weekend with highs remaining in the 50s.
The next storm system to move through KELOLAND will arrive early next week. This will bring a round of rain and snow Monday and Tuesday. Accumulating snow will be likely in western South Dakota on Monday and Monday night. We’ll have to watch central and eastern KELOLAND for snow Monday night and Tuesday. Temperatures will also take a tumble with highs in the 30s and 40s.