The weekend brought much warmer weather with many areas in the 30s and 40s. While we do have hits of colder air from time to time over the next several days, I don't see any major push of cold air coming any time soon.
While we still can fall below zero in some locations as the hits of colder air move in, it shouldn't be as dramatic as what we've had.
So far this month, Sioux Falls and Aberdeen have had eight days with low temperatures at or below zero. Pierre's had five and Rapid City has only had two.
So far this month, the average highs and lows have been down. Sioux Falls is seven degrees off its average high and low for the month, with Aberdeen under six degrees. Pierre is five degrees cooler for highs and three degrees cooler for lows while Rapid City is just under its average high and low.
While winds will help it feel colder, no major cold outbreaks are on the horizon.