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February 07, 2011 04:06 PM

Storm Center Update - Monday PM

Snow in southwestern KELOLAND will slowly come to an end late tonight with additional amounts tonight in the one to three inch range. Winter Weather Advisories will continue through tonight for southwest South Dakota. Elsewhere, skies will be partly cloudy to mostly clear with very cold temperatures. Aberdeen will fall to twenty-eight below, Sioux Falls will fall to twenty-one below, and Pierre will hit fifteen below. Any amount of wind this evening and night will create wind chills in the teens, twenties, and thirties below.

Tuesday will remain very cold with highs near zero in eastern KELOLAND to near ten in central and western South Dakota. Wind chills will once again be in the teens and twenties below in eastern KELOLAND Tuesday. Wednesday will remain very cold despite the sunny skies, but warmer temperatures are in sight. By Friday, the temperatures will warm to average with highs near thirty in eastern KELOLAND to near forty in central and western South Dakota. The weekend will be even warmer with highs nearing forty in eastern South Dakota to near fifty in the west.