Tonight’s Black Hills Forecast

A little foggy tonight, but mostly a quiet forecast.

Some freezing fog is likely to develop over the South Dakota plains late tonight…roads might be a little slippery tomorrow morning..

Warm air from the south will meet cool air from the north, forming fog over the plains tonight.

TONIGHT: Some freezing fog may develop over the plains, resulting in possibly slippery roads tonight. Overnight lows in the low to mid 30s. Winds from the south at 10-15 mph.

Fog likely on the plains tomorrow morning.

TOMORROW: Morning fog on the plains will give way to mostly cloudy skies by afternoon. A slight chance of a passing rain or snow shower. Mild, with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

Widely scattered rain and snow showers possibly late Sunday.

TOMORROW NIGHT: Continued slight chances of scattered rain or snow showers, otherwise partly to mostly cloudy. Turning breezy. Overnight lows near 30.

Gusty winds likely Monday.

MONDAY AND BEYOND: After some slight chances of rain/snow showers early on Monday, the rest of the week will feature partly to mostly sunny skies, with mild temperatures. Highs all week will be in the 40s to about 50.

A LOOK AHEAD: A quiet week is on tap for the region.

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