Breezy north winds in central and eastern KELOLAND will slowly die down as the sun sets. In the meantime, mostly clear skies will continue through this evening and overnight. Lows will eventually fall to the middle thirties in eastern KELOLAND to the low/middle forties in the central and west.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny, breezy, and warm. Highs will range from near eighty in eastern KELOLAND to middle/upper eighties in central and western South Dakota. Winds will increase from the south through out the day and average at least fifteen to thirty miles per hour.
The warmth will come to a halt for most of us on Wednesday as a cold front moves through the upper plains. Temperatures will be fifteen to twenty degrees cooler on Wednesday from Tuesday in western, central, and northeast KELOLAND. The cold air won’t make it to southeast KELOLAND until Thursday. That’s when the temperatures in southeast KELOLAND will have the twenty degree swing. Isolated showers will be possible as the cold air moves in, but many locations will only receive enough to dot the landscape.
The cold air will stay in KELOLAND through the weekend. Highs will only be in the fifties Thursday through Sunday. Some models are trying to push out snow in the Hills on Friday.