Areas of clouds will pass across southern KELOLAND this morning, with clearing skies in the north. The breeze from the north will certainly keep temperatures cooler today, especially for the southeast where the weather was still warm yesterday. Highs will be in the lower 60s in most areas.
It may turn frosty tonight in northeastern KELOLAND as lows drop to 28 in Aberdeen. Sioux Falls and much of south should be warmer with lows in the mid to upper 30s with a few more clouds. We may see a few sprinkles in the south tomorrow, but the majority of the rain will go to our south. Highs should rebound into the lower to middle 60s.
Highs will stay in the lower to middle 60s to finish out the week, with warmer 70s possible again in Rapid City. The warmer weather will be short-lived with a cooler Easter Weekend forecast. The cold front bringing the change in the weather will give a chance of showers on Saturday.
The weather will stay cool early next week and it certainly bears watching for frost and freeze potential. Frankly, it won’t be that hard to bring in dry air from the north and it appears 20s and 30s will be in the forecast for lows for at least a couple of mornings early next week.