Clear skies will continue tonight for KELOLAND as temperatures fall to mostly 40s although, some upper 30s may be found in northern SD. Winds will be calm out of the south to southwest.
A surface low pressure will move over southern Canada tomorrow, bringing them a mix of rain and snow but the only affect we’ll see is slightly cooler weather and a shift in the wind direction. The southerly winds we’ll see tonight will shift to the north to northwest, pushing in cooler air so our Wednesday’s highs will only be in the upper 60s to near 70. Still expecting mostly sunny skies.
Upper level ridge will linger over the Midwest the rest of the week so Thursday and Friday is still looking quite sunny and warm, with highs back in the 70s to low 80s. South winds will pick up some speed at the end of the week so expect some gusty winds to rush through.
The weekend brings a change in the weather pattern. On the short term, we have a shot at some light rain Saturday as cooler air invades the Midwest. Sunshine returns Sunday but the cooler air won’t go anywhere. In fact, model projections keep the cooling trend in KELOLAND until the end of the month with highs in the upper 40s and 50s.