A warm front continues to lift northeast through KELOLAND, bringing a warmer day to most of the region. That has given us a much warmer start to the day and highs will warm to 37 in Sioux Falls, with 40 in Pierre, and 50 in Rapid City. Aberdeen was at 32 at 4:30 this morning, but temperatures will hold steady or fall a few degrees today as a cold front brushes through the northeast. The warmer temps combined with some overnight snow has also given way to some slippery spots in the northeast, so travelers should stay advised of that.
Otherwise, mild weather will continue to be the main headline tomorrow with widespread 30s and 40s for highs. Even with a small cut in temps on Thursday in the east, the balance of the week looks mild.
A developing storm system for the weekend continues to be watched. Southeast KELOLAND is still in the path of several computer model projections for rain and snow. If this system pans out, the southeast could get some beneficial moisture, but we have a long way to go before we can nail down a more precise storm track. Stay tuned for more updates later today.