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November 02, 2010 02:52 PM

Storm Center Update - Tuesday PM

Clouds will continue to move southeast this evening and tonight ahead of a cold front that is currently in western South Dakota. The front is responsible for strong northwest winds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour in western South Dakota this evening. The winds will sweep through KELOLAND tonight and Wednesday to allow for cooler temperatures Wednesday. Even though temperatures will be cooler Wednesday, we’ll still be above average with highs in the fifties.

The cold air will be here in earnest Thursday and Friday as high temperatures will only hit the forties for much of eastern KELOLAND. Central and western South Dakota will be a little warmer during that time.

The cold air will move east for the weekend and temperatures will return to the fifties and sixties for Saturday and Sunday.

The warm air will last into Monday, with much cooler air set to move in Tuesday. As of now, the cool air will last through much of next week.

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