No way around it, it will be cold tonight!
Lows will easily fall to the single digits and teens below zero for much of KELOLAND. Western South Dakota may be the only exception. Our strong winds from today will continue to die down this evening and tonight.
With as cold as the air temperatures are going, Wind Chill Advisories are in effect through tomorrow afternoon for winds chills of -15 to -30. Use caution when spending anytime outdoors.
Temperatures tomorrow will range from the single digits and teens in eastern KELOLAND to the 20s and 30s in central and western South Dakota. There’s also a slight chance for flurries and light snow showers in central and western South Dakota.
Temperatures will slowly warm this weekend with highs returning to the teens and 20s for eastern South Dakota. Along with the slightly warmer air, there’s a chance for light snow on Sunday and Monday. While amounts are looking light, some models are suggesting a couple of inches will be possible.
Another blast of cold air will arrive after the weekend. By midweek, there will be areas of KELOLAND that stay below zero.