We have a quiet night ahead in our weather in KELOLAND with chilly temperatures and some light snow showers moving back into northeastern areas. Don’t expect much in the way of accumulation the next 24 hours, but a dusting to an inch would be possible in Aberdeen. Sioux Falls could also see some very minor accumulations with this next disturbance.
Temperatures will start a nice warming trend tomorrow West River with highs returning to the 40s. 50 degrees is possible in Rapid City. Meanwhile, Aberdeen will be much cooler with a high near 10 and light snow. Sioux Falls should rebound into the middle teens.
The warmer weather will spread east on Monday with widespread 30s and 40s likely. It looks relatively mild through the middle of next week, especially on Wednesday when Pierre may get close to 50. This bump in temperatures will likely occur ahead of an arctic front that will drop temperatures a lot on Thursday with north winds and areas of light snow. We could see highs in the single digits again on Friday. Hopefully, the cold air will loose it’s grip on KELOLAND soon after the 7-day forecast.