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March 07, 2014 06:10 AM

Storm Center Update- Friday AM

Sioux Falls, SD

We have very slick travel in much of northeastern KELOLAND with numerous areas of black ice.  A batch of light freezing rain is reason behind the poor road conditions, so be extra careful. 


The picture above from I-29 near Brandt shows icy conditions as of 7am.  Freezing rain advisories have been issued for Brookings, Marshall, and Slayton.  Temperatures will be dropping through the day as colder air moves through the region with north winds.


Here's a look at the Hour-By-Hour forecast for today.

Temperatures will remain chilly East River tomorrow, but warmer trends will begin in the west and this trend will expand east on Sunday.  In fact, many areas will be in the 50s and 60s on Monday.  That’s a forecast many of you are looking to seeing.  A cooler trend is ahead on Tuesday and Wednesday along with areas of rain or snow early Tuesday.  Don’t expect a major change, however.  Readings by the end of the week are looking very warm with more 50s likely.

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