Clouds will continue to move through KELOLAND this evening and tonight. Along with the clouds, south winds will continue at five to fifteen miles per hour. Both of these features will help keep temperatures warm (near thirty) to start December on Saturday morning.
Clouds will be a little thick in eastern KELOLAND Saturday morning, but clearing skies will eventually move in from the west. Temperatures will be well above average with highs in the forties and fifties. The warmth and the sunshine will continue for Sunday with widespread fifties and sixties likely. We’ll have to watch the record books to see if any records fall on Sunday.
Cooler weather starts to filter in on Monday with breezy northerly winds. Highs will range from the upper fifties in southeast KELOLAND to the middle forties in western South Dakota. The cooling trend will continue into Tuesday, but well above average air will return on Wednesday.