We’re starting this morning off with very seasonably cold temperatures. Some spots in northern South Dakota got down into the lower 20s. The Freeze Warning is set to expire later on this morning but the cool weather will last through noon.
We expect to see full sunshine today. If any clouds move in, they will be wispy and pose no threat of rain. Winds should be light today but will increase to an occasional breeze tomorrow.
Tonight, we’ll keep the forecast clear but not quite as cold. Aberdeen is slotted in at 33, the coolest of our metro locations.
Warmer temperatures spread east tomorrow as some will have highs in the lower 80s West River. Along the North Dakota border, I expect most will be in the middle 70s.
There is not much change coming Tuesday besides a 2-3 degree drop in temperatures. It looks like most rain will stay south and west of Fall River and Shannon Counties but a very rare shower is possible later Tuesday there. Other than that, it’s a dry forecast for most.
The next isolated chance of rain will be Thursday into Friday. Anything that does form in SE KELOLAND still looks to be very isolated.