The weather forecast looks mainly quiet today as we watch the clouds across the east slowly erode during the day. The stronger winds from yesterday have left KELOLAND, but the colder air has not. Highs will stay in the 20s today in the northeast, with 30 in Sioux Falls. However, lower 40s are back in Pierre and lower 50s will return to Rapid City. More sunshine is expected the farther west you live.
The weather still looks quiet tonight with partly cloudy skies and lows in the mid to upper teens in the east and 20s central and west. Warmer weather will be the headline tomorrow with highs back to 59 in Rapid City and upper 40s in Pierre. Sioux Falls, Watertown, and Aberdeen won’t be that warm, but expect melting snow in most of eastern KELOLAND.
Our attention will then start focusing on the next storm system set to arrive on Saturday. Areas of rain, snow, and mixed precipitation will be possible across KELOLAND. It appears precipitation type will be one of the challenges with this system, so stay tuned for updates through the week.