Morning fog in eastern and southeast KELOLAND will slowly lift as we go through this morning.
In the meantime, visibilities are at a half mile or less so use caution when travelling during the morning.
Temperatures this morning are ranging from the middle fifties in southeast KELOLAND (even some sixties in northwest Iowa) to the middle thirties in western South Dakota. The temperatures will warm this afternoon as skies become partly cloudy and south winds increase to ten to twenty miles per hour.
The warmth will end as a cold front moves through KELOLAND tonight and Wednesday. The front will also bring scattered rain showers to much of western, central, and eastern KELOLAND starting tonight. Southeast KELOLAND will have developing showers late in the afternoon on Wednesday. Highs on Wednesday will range from the lower sixties in the southeast to near forty in western South Dakota.
Light snow will mix in with the light rain in central, south central, and northeast KELOLAND Wednesday night. Any snow that falls will stay light with minor (if any) accumulations. The Hills have a chance to pick up two to four inches of snow from this system.
The rest of the week will remain cool with highs mainly in the forties through the weekend.