The extended forecast has experienced some changes as the weeks forecast comes into better focus. At this time we will see a couple of snow systems; one set to move through late tonight and Monday and another Tuesday night into Wednesday. At this time both of these systems look to affect western and northern portions of KELOLAND. Southern and especially southeastern KELOLAND will likely see some snow from each storm but the significant accumulating snowfall should stay north. We will also be dealing with wind for the Wednesday system creating dangerous blowing snow. The other challenge will be the bitterly cold temperatures that will take over this week. Highs on Thanksgiving will likely be in the teens.
Very slick conditions can be expected across parts of KELOLAND this morning. Freezing drizzle that fell overnight has created a glaze of ice in Sioux Falls on sidewalks, steps and sidestreets. The same can be said for many other areas across SE KELOLAND. Take it slow when traveling early this morning. Temperatures should warm enough to remove the ice threat through the morning hours.