The cold and dangerous wind chills are going away for awhile and just in time for the weekend. Already temperatures are about 10 to 25 degrees warmer then this time yesterday.
Tomorrow will bring mostly sunny skies with highs ranging from the 20s in the northeast and north-central, South Dakota to the mid 50s in the southwest.
By Saturday, the skies will be partly cloudy with highs near 30 degrees in the northeast and north-central regions of the state to the upper 50s in the southwest.
Super Bowl Sunday starts some changes for the forecast with rain and snow moving into the state. Highs will be into the mid 20s for north-central, South Dakota to around 50 degrees in the far south.