Showers continue to head out of KELOLAND this morning with some sunshine returning in much of KELOLAND today. Highs will be in the upper 40s in the northeast, with 50s in most areas. Winds will be strong at times today with sold northwest winds at 15-35mph East River. Winds will not be as strong in the west.
Chilly weather is forecast tonight with diminishing winds. Lows will drop into the mid and upper 20s in Sioux Falls and Aberdeen. Most areas will be warmer tomorrow with highs returning to the 50s in the east, with 60s likely West River.
Mild weather will continue in eastern KELOLAND Thursday and Friday, but things will be changing in the west as a storm system develops to our west. This storm will be accompanied by a strong cold front that could trigger some areas rain and snow. Chances of snow will start in the west on Saturday, with a few showers and possibly a t-storm in the southeast by Saturday night. Everybody will be much colder by Sunday with stronger northwest winds. The brunt of the snow on this storm is forecast in Montana and North Dakota, with heavier rain possible in Iowa and states south and east.