A cold front will bring an end to the warmth this evening and tonight. Along with the passage of the front, scattered showers and storms will be possible. They will start in western South Dakota this afternoon (around 5:00) and move east. The best areas to receive the rain are in the southern half of KELOLAND. Lows will fall to near forty tonight as winds become north/northwest at ten to twenty miles per hour.
Even though temps will be cooler on Thursday, we’ll still have highs in the low to middle sixties with partly cloudy skies. Winds will be a little breezy in eastern South Dakota with speeds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour being likely. Seventies will return on Friday and Saturday, but another storm system will bring more rain to the area Saturday evening into Sunday. This time, temperatures will be sharply colder with highs on Sunday only in the forties. We’ll have to watch western South Dakota on Sunday as there looks to be a good chance for accumulating snow, especially in the Hills.