From First Alert Weather Center Meteorologist Aaron Doudna

You're going to be hard-pressed to find a cloud in the sky as we go through the day. Plenty of sunshine and light southwest wind will help us warm into the mid-30s up to the north with many places in the south getting into the 40s. The nice weather will continue through the weekend, especially Saturday. Temperatures will warm up a little more with more of us getting into the 40s. We may even see a few 50s out to the west! Temperatures will cool down slightly for Sunday but should still be fairly nice.

Clouds will start to build in Monday from west to east ahead of our next storm system. Most of this storm will be well off to our south in parts of Nebraska and Kansas, but we'll have to deal with the northern fringes of it. Chances of light snow will increase in central South Dakota Monday afternoon and evening and spread east Monday night. Many of us will see chances of light snow throughout the day on Tuesday, but everything should stay fairly light.

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