Sioux Falls, SD
Snow continues to move east this morning across eastern KELOLAND. Amounts will be an inch or less, but slow down and give yourself extra time as you travel. Temperatures really aren’t that cold and highs will be in the mid 30s in most areas, but winds will be gusty at 20-40 mph in many areas. Skies are expected to become partly cloudy as well during the day.
Winds will decrease some overnight, but will pick up again from the northwest tomorrow. Some flurries may drop into northeastern KELOLAND during the day with highs mainly in the mid to upper 20s in the east, with 30s in the west. Warmer weather will begin building again on Sunday in western KELOLAND with highs back in the upper 40s in Rapid City. That warmer weather will be spreading east on Monday, so you can expect more melting snow.
There is a small disturbance forecast to affect the region on Tuesday, but moisture is expected to be limited at this point, Temperatures may cool slightly Tuesday, but warmer weather is likely again by mid to late next week. No big storms are forecast any time soon.