Mostly cloudy skies and scattered flurries will be possible through the evening in eastern and southeast KELOLAND. The overnight will be dry with increasing south winds. Winds will become breezy at times with speeds of 15 to 25 miles per hour. The southerly winds and partly cloudy skies will help to keep temperatures a little warmer than the past couple of mornings. In fact, there will be areas with temperatures in the single digits and teens by sunrise.
Thursday will be warmer and dry. South winds will still be breezy in eastern South Dakota with speeds of 15 to 25 miles per hour, but the south winds will help us warm to the low twenties in eastern South Dakota. Central South Dakota will have low to middle thirties; Pierre’s forecast is for a high of 33. Western South Dakota will warm to the 40s; Rapid City’s forecast high is 44.
While eastern KELOLAND warms to the low 30s on Friday, western South Dakota will be about five to seven degrees cooler when compared to Thursday. A storm system will be to our south and southeast on Friday, which may be strong enough to give northwest Iowa a light wintry mix.
The weekend will be warmer with highs in the thirties and forties.