Tonight will be an interesting night. A warmer air mass is sliding east into KELOLAND so folks in eastern South Dakota, western Minnesota, and northwest Iowa may actually see increasing temperatures overnight. Western South Dakota could see lows in the 20s and we could see a few upper teens in the north.
The weekend is looking warmer because of this warmer air mass that is moving in. Afternoon temperatures in the 40s are expected across KELOLAND with partly cloudy skies. There is a small chance for rain tomorrow afternoon in and around the Black Hills and tomorrow night; the southeast could see some light rain.
Sunday is looking warmer still with 50s making a return trip to central and western KELOLAND. The east will still likely reach the 40s. Skies are expected to be sunny to mostly sunny.
Monday is still looking sunny and warmer still! Very warm air will move into the Midwest and highs in KELOLAND are projected to reach the 50s to near 60 degrees.
This warm air will stick around for much of next week but late next week into next weekend could bring a big change in the weather. Right now, a rain/snow mix is expected with some very strong, northwesterly winds that will usher in some much cooler weather.