It’s another cool morning after a cold front moves through KELOLAND overnight. Temperatures will struggle to hit 30s this afternoon in the northeast, while lower to middle 40s will be likely in the south. Winds will be mostly from the northeast at 5-15mph.
Cool weather tonight will be accompanied by areas of fog in eastern KELOLAND. Trends will be warmer tomorrow as mild Pacific air moves back into KELOLAND from the west. Highs in Rapid City will be back into the mid to upper 50s. That warmer air will be spreading east Friday night and Saturday, so stronger south winds will likely track along with the warm front. Highs will still be in the 50s on Saturday, with some 60s likely on Sunday. It still looks windy Sunday night and Monday as the next front moves across the region. Highs will still be in the 50s in most areas Monday, but stronger winds will make it feel cooler.