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January 12, 2012 05:47 AM

Storm Center Update-Thursday AM

Sioux Falls, SD

More light snow showers and flurries are in the forecast across eastern KELOLAND this morning, but the wind and cold temperatures are the main headlines. We do have some slick travel in spots, especially around Huron and Redfield early this morning with pockets of blowing snow. Winds today will remain gusty around 15-30mph during the day with wind chill values down to -10 to -20. I do think the wind will decrease across western KELOLAND during the afternoon. Highs today will only be in the teens in the east, with 20s in the west.

After a cold overnight with lows in the single digits above and below zero, tomorrow will be a little warmer with highs in the 20s in the east with lower 40s in Rapid City. Temperatures are forecast to warm this weekend, with the warmest weather arriving on Sunday. We have 40 degrees forecast in Sioux Falls, but that number could go warmer yet. Rapid City will likely hit the lower 50s.

All eyes will be on the pattern next week as very cold air lurks just to our north. A piece of that cold weather will head south sometime next week and when it does, we’ll see better chances of snow in KELOLAND. No details just yet, but the 10-15 day forecast is starting to look more active. Stay tuned.

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