Clouds will remain thick in eastern and southeast KELOLAND through the evening. Even though the clouds have hindered our warming, the dew point temperatures are high. With dew points in the sixties and seventies in eastern KELOLAND, it once again feels like summer but it won’t last. A cold front will bring an end to the humidity late tonight and it will also bring in much cooler air for Thursday and Friday.
Lows tonight will be in the fifties in western South Dakota to the middle and upper sixties in southeast KELOLAND. Winds will become northwest in western South Dakota tonight behind the front and will eventually move into central and eastern KELOLAND late tonight into Thursday morning. Highs for Thursday will range from the sixties in western South Dakota to the seventies in central and eastern KELOLAND. Winds will be from the northwest at twenty to thirty-five miles per hour in central and western South Dakota to fifteen to thirty miles per hour along and east of the James River Valley.
Winds will die down Thursday night and skies will be clear to allow for temperatures to fall to the forties for Friday morning. While Friday will start with clear skies, clouds will build by the afternoon. Highs on Friday will only be in the sixties, but temps will slowly warm for the weekend. Temperatures will return to the seventies for Saturday and Sunday underneath partly cloudy skies.