A storm system will approach from the west this evening and tonight. It will bring an increase in clouds along with developing rain and snow. The chance for rain and snow will last into Thursday. Winds will still be breezy on Thursday, on the order of fifteen to thirty miles per hour from the north. The north winds will help bring in cooler air, expect highs in the thirties and forties after morning lows in the twenties and thirties. Snow amounts will stay light, but an inch or two of slushy accumulation cannot be ruled out in eastern and southeast KELOLAND from Marshall to Yankton and southeast.
The cold air will stay for Friday with highs in the thirties and forties, but warm weather is still on track for the weekend. Highs will warm to the fifties and sixties for all of KELOLAND for Saturday and Sunday. But another storm system will bring an end to the warmth on Monday. Highs will fall to the thirties and forties with a chance for rain and snow early next week.