Another warm day for Wednesday and then temperatures will start falling.
In the meantime, skies will slowly become partly cloudy tonight with temperatures falling to the twenties. Winds will stay light, but they will increase from the south on Wednesday. Breezy south winds can be expected in eastern KELOLAND to help temperatures warm to the fifties. While it will not be as breezy in central and western South Dakota, temperatures will still warm well above average.
Cooler weather arrives Thursday with highs retreating to the forties. This also comes with a slight chance for light rain and/or snow in western South Dakota. Clouds will be much thicker for everyone on Thursday.
As cold air takes over the upper plains on Friday, a weak wave will move through Nebraska. It should be strong enough to produce light snow. Not quite sure on the details on whom gets what, but areas of one to three inches will be possible.
Much colder air will continue to filter in as we go through the weekend and into next week. Highs on Monday will only be in the teens for eastern KELOLAND, twenties elsewhere.