It's another very cold morning in KELOLAND with temperatures in the -20s in the Aberdeen area. Wind chills are not as bad, but they are still very cold with warnings and advisories in effect until 9am. Highs will range from around 10 in the northeast, to the lower 40s in the far west.
A warm front is developing in western SD and this will move east during the day. Light snow will be likely along and ahead of a weak weather system coming in from North Dakota both today and tonight. Look for mainly an inch or less of accumulation.
Warmer weather is likely on Saturday as stronger northwest winds develop during the day. Highs will likely be in the 30s in many areas East River, so that will feel much better even with the wind.
We will continue to stay in northwest flow the next few days and this will keep our temperatures at or above normal for several days. Rapid City will spend much of the forecast above 40, with a chance of hitting 50. There could be some precipitation at the end of the 7-day forecast, but we are looking at mainly dry weather early next week.