Temperatures will warm over the next couple of days with highs returning to the fifties and sixties this weekend. In the meantime, temperatures will fall to the teens and twenties tonight.
Friday will be dry and warmer with highs in the upper thirties and low forties in central and eastern KELOLAND to the fifties in western South Dakota. The warming trend will continue for the weekend with record highs possible.
A cold front will cool us off on Monday. Western, central, and northeast KELOLAND will feel the cooler air first with highs remaining steady or slowly falling during the day. Southeast KELOLAND should be able to squeeze out another warm day with highs in the middle to upper fifties.
The cooler air will take hold of all of KELOLAND on Tuesday, but above average highs will return on Wednesday.