NORTHWEST, SOUTH DAKOTA - The fire danger for tomorrow will elevate as a strong cold front will push through the region dropping our temperatures, bring no precipitation, and strong winds.
Saturday the forecast highs for western, South Dakota will be from the middle 60s to the middle 70s. The winds will be out of the northwest from 10 to 20mph increasing to the 25 to 35mph by the afternoon.
The next chance for very little precipitation is on Sunday where a 20 percent chance of an isolated shower is in the forecast.
Breezy conditions will continue through the weekend and into the work week.