After a very warm day yesterday, highs will be cooler in KELOLAND today. Still, highs in the 60s are considered above normal in many areas. A few morning showers and sprinkles have been drifting across southern areas. Look for northwest winds this afternoon at 10-20 mph. We also still have a red flag warning in effect for SW MN.
A few more sprinkles or showers are possible tonight in eastern KELOLAND, but moisture looks limited. Warmer weather is still likely tomorrow with 70s becoming more widespread.
A few more showers are possible Friday night in southeastern KELOLAND ahead of the next change in the weather. The weekend should start mild with lots of 70s again, but a strong cold front will track across KELOLAND Saturday night, bringing this spell of nice weather to an end.
Colder showers are possible Sunday…even some snow is possible again in the Black Hills. Moisture amounts looks fairly light at this point, but we’ll continue to watch the data for any changes.
We expect more 40s and lower 50s early next week as temperatures go below normal.