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January 24, 2011 03:24 PM

Storm Center Update - Monday PM

Northwest winds will continue on the breezy side through the evening which may lead to some areas of blowing snow. As winds decrease tonight, so will the clouds and temperatures will fall to the single digits in eastern South Dakota to the teens in the central and west.

Clouds will slowly increase through the morning on Tuesday with a slight chance for light snow in central and western South Dakota. Eastern KELOLAND will stay dry, but temperatures will be a little cooler with highs in the twenties. Central and western South Dakota will still hit the thirties Tuesday.

Wednesday will be another below average day for many in KELOLAND, but temperatures will rebound for Thursday and Friday. Thursday’s highs will range from the lower thirties in eastern KELOLAND to near fifty in Rapid City. We might squeeze in another day with highs in the thirties for eastern KELOLAND on Friday, but it all depends on the speed of much colder air that will try to move in from the north. It looks like another

Arctic outbreak is likely for this weekend as temperatures will fall below zero for lows and highs will only make the single digits. So soak up this stretch of warm weather this week while you can.