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February 16, 2012 05:51 AM

Storm Center Update-Thursday AM

Sioux Falls, SD

We are looking at a very nice forecast today with highs in the 40s in most areas under mostly sunny skies. Winds will be from the west at 5-15mph, which is a nice warming wind this time of year. The extreme northeast and areas of Iowa with more snow will be a little cooler, but overall, it will be a nice day.

The weather will turn cooler tonight as a cold front moves into the area. Temperatures will only be in the lower 30s in the northeast with lower 40s in the south including Sioux Falls. There will also be a chance of light snow showers in the Black Hills region.

The weekend will start cooler but sunny once again. Warmer weather will arrive on Sunday as highs stay in the 40s in most areas. This will happen ahead of an area of low pressure on Monday that will spread chances of rain and snow across KELOLAND, with the best chances staying East River. It’s too early to call how much rain or snow will fall, but a few inches of snow is looking likely. There really isn’t much cold air for this system to work with, so it really has more of a March look to it. After this passes, another system will impact parts of KELOLAND later next week.

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