Areas of fog have covered southeastern KELOLAND this morning, so be careful and allow some extra time to get to your destination. It looks like the clouds will linger across parts of southeastern KELOLAND today, but mostly sunny skies will be likely farther to the west and north. The warmest temperatures will be found in the west with highs in the mid 40s in Rapid City. Sioux Falls will stay in the lower 30s with mostly cloudy skies.
Some fog could redevelop tonight in eastern KELOLAND with lows in the single digits in the north and in the mid to upper teens in the south. It looks like any chance of snow will stay low.
A storm system will be tracking to the south of KELOLAND tonight and tomorrow with a slight chance for snow in NW IA later tomorrow afternoon. It looks like the brunt of that storm will go south of KELOLAND.
Temperatures will remain cool this week as another cold front drops into the west starting tomorrow. Highs will be in the 20s in the east, with 30s across the west through midweek. We do see signs of a warmer weather by the weekend with highs back into the 30s and 40s. It looks like March will be in like a lamb, not a lion.