A weak cold front will pass through KELOLAND this evening and tonight. It will pass through dry, and most locations will have temperatures in the fifties and sixties during the early evening. I don’t foresee any weather problems for those with trick or treat plans.
Tonight’s lows will eventually fall to the thirties. Thursday will be another dry day but cooler with highs in the forties and fifties in eastern KELOLAND to the sixties in western South Dakota.
A weak wave is still taking aim on the upper plains this weekend, but the moisture is very limited. For now, we’ll increase the clouds for Saturday and Sunday with cool temperatures as highs will only make the forties in central and eastern KELOLAND.
Next week is looking mostly dry and warm with highs mainly above average.