Today should offer up more sunshine and less total moisture, but we’ll contend with cool temperatures and a north breeze. If you are heading out for your morning commute in eastern KELOLAND, give yourself a few extra minutes to scrape the windshield and warm up your vehicle. There was icing after the snow yesterday, as temperatures briefly warmed. Refreezing followed overnight and now our roads are slick.
Still, enjoy the sunshine today. We’ll have patches of clear skies tonight, along with lighter winds. This will allow temperatures to drop and there could be some patchy fog.
More cloud cover arrives tomorrow as a low pressure center moves through Nebraska. We’ll be warmer, or at least milder, as the warm front crosses KELOLAND. Most of the moisture should stay confined to the northern half of South Dakota. Snow will change into rain as the day warms up. Some moisture could funnel up the east side towards Sioux Falls, but for now, that’s not looking likely.
There will again be isolated chances of wintry mix and rain on Sunday but we’ll be mild ahead of an approaching cold air mass. That will sharply chill us Monday and Tuesday and bring another round of widespread moisture. That moisture looks to come behind the front and will be colder, maybe even snow. The sun really returns on Tuesday but the morning will be cold. A slow, but steady, warm-up comes by the end of April.