We have a cold and breezy start to the morning in KELOLAND, but the blizzard conditions from yesterday are over. We expect patches of blowing snow yet this morning and be alert for the drifts left-over from yesterday’s strong wind and light snow.
Highs will be cold today, around 3 above zero in both Sioux Falls and Aberdeen. Pierre will be warmer at 7, with mid teens in Rapid City. Wind chill advisories are in effect this morning for much of the region.
Tonight will be cold again with lows well below zero. Wind are expected to be light. While it will be cold in the morning, tomorrow’s forecast looks better with upper teens in Sioux Falls…a heat wave compared to some of our recent weather.
Sunday and Monday will be colder again as another lobe of arctic air slides south into the northern plains. We expect warmer weather toward the end of the 7-day forecast. In fact, 20s and 30s are looking likely East River, with 40s again in the west.
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