We have a cool started this Friday morning across KELOLAND, with upper 20s and lower 30s in the Black Hills. Northwest winds will prevail today East River, keeping temperatures at or below normal. Morning cloud cover in the east will dissipate, with more sunshine expected West River. Highs will range from the upper 60s in both Sioux Falls and Aberdeen to the lower 70s in Pierre and Rapid City.
Tonight will be very chilly, with the potential for mid to upper 30s along and east of the James River Valley. No frost advisories are posted at this time, however some patchy frost is not out of the question. We'll continue to monitor that and have updates later today.
Otherwise, your weekend looks very pleasant. High temperatures on Saturday will range from the lower 70s in Sioux Falls and upper 60s in Sisseton, all the way up to the middle 80s once again in Rapid City. Even warmer weather is forecast on Sunday. Our next chance of rainfall will occur on Monday, this will be associated with the next storm system approaching from the west. Temperatures should be much warmer by Tuesday and Wednesday, especially in eastern KELOLAND. Look for return to 70s and 80s at that point, but cooler weather will be found in the Black Hills with highs in the upper 60s by next Thursday.