Sioux Falls, SD
A mild forecast is ahead the next few days, with colder weather expected again in the region by the end of the week.
First, the wind has increased this morning in much of eastern KELOLAND and that brought warmer weather to most of the region. That will bring a big melting day across KELOLAND, with highs mainly in the 40s. 50s are likely in Rapid City.
Tomorrow looks mild as well, but a few sprinkles are possible as a disturbance tracks across the region. Don’t expect
much moisture, but we’ll mention the chance.
Wednesday and Thursday look warmer with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s in most areas. Rapid City could hit 60 during this period.
A cold front should arrive on Friday, bringing a drop in temperature for most of the region. There could also be some light precipitation this weekend as well, but we don’t see anything organized just yet.
The jet stream will likely get more active to our south by early next week, so we’ll see if the bigger weather events stay south of us too.