The wintery mix in eastern KELOLAND will end this evening leaving partly cloudy skies for the overnight. There will still be periods of heavy snow able to reduce visibilities to a quarter mile or less along and east of Interstate 29 through the evening. Use caution when travelling through that area. Lows will fall to the twenties tonight as north winds subside to ten to fifteen miles per hour.
Thursday will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny with highs in the forties in eastern KELOLAND to the low/middle fifties in central and western South Dakota. While light northeast winds can be expected in eastern South Dakota, the winds will become southeast in central and western KELOLAND at ten to twenty miles per hour.
Everyone will have strong southeast winds on Friday with speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour being common. Temperatures will be able to warm to the sixties on Friday, and the warm air will continue through the weekend. We’re continuing the chance for rain on Saturday, but Easter Sunday is still looking dry.