We have another cold morning in KELOLAND with record-breaking temperatures. Aberdeen dropped to 23 at 6am and Huron was close behind at 24. Sioux Falls briefly dropped to 29 at 5am. Frost and freeze conditions affected much of KELOLAND overnight, but clouds in MN kept temperatures warmer.
Highs today will range from near 50 in the far northeast to the lower 60s in western KELOLAND. Partly sunny skies are expected in most areas and showers are possible in the far west. Those showers may continue tonight in the Rapid City area.
Look for another frosty morning East River, with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s once again for Sioux Falls and Aberdeen. We expect a slightly warmer day tomorrow afternoon with highs in the lower 60s in many areas.
A warmer weekend is ahead with highs staying in the mid to upper 60s…which is closer to normal. Rain chances will continue in the Black Hills, but most areas will see better chances of showers and t-storms by Monday. Next week is looking warmer…something to look forward to in the long-range forecast.