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November 14, 2012 05:21 PM

Cooler Stretch Balances Out

Wednesday's sunshine helped temperatures warm up above average, which is a nice change.

The average high for the first part of the month in Sioux Falls has been about a degree cooler than usual. That's because we haven't seen a strong warm front.

The cooler air arrived in KELOLAND last month, when the highs averaged two degrees cooler than usual. October broke a streak of 12 consecutive months of warmer-than-normal highs in Sioux Falls. 

Cooler air will move back in on Thursday, but the temperatures will warm back above average for the weekend. Then it looks like a see-saw battle for the rest of the month. 

Those shifting temperatures are a sign of a changing pattern, which could eventually lead to more moisture.

And for now, the forecast remains mostly dry through Turkey Day. 

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