Before the official numbers came in Tuesday, many places in KELOLAND more than likely set record highs once again.
For some of us, it could be the fifth time since December that we've seen record numbers fall.
Not including Tuesday's high temperatures, so far Sioux Falls, Huron, Mitchell, Aberdeen and Watertown all have set four record highs since December. Rapid City has set three and Pierre has set two.
Checking the records in Sioux Falls, we haven't set this many record high temperatures through this same time period before now.
I hope you enjoyed the mild temperatures on Tuesday because we're about to get a shot of much colder air on Wednesday. Temperatures will be at least 20 to 30 degrees colder and there will be strong northerly winds.