Sioux Falls, SD
We have plenty of wind in KELOLAND this morning with a wind advisory posted for much of northeastern SD and western MN. Winds will be sustained at 25-35 mph with gusts over 40mph at times. We are also tracking some light snow and flurries, but nothing heavy with this colder air. Highs will be in the lower 20s in many areas across the east, with mid 30s in the west. A separate area of snow is also likely in far western KELOLAND.
A small clipper system will drop into KELOLAND tomorrow with areas of light snow developing in the north during the morning. Temperatures should warm above freezing ahead of this system, so a few light showers are possible in Pierre during the afternoon. Sioux Falls will stay dry until late in the day when either light rain or light snow will be possible.
This system will be fast to move through southeastern KELOLAND tomorrow night into early Wednesday. While some minor snow accumulation is possible, colder weather be the story by midweek as temperatures fall Wednesday afternoon into Thanksgiving. While it does look cold on Thanksgiving, it also looks dry at this time.
Temperatures will be rising into Friday, with a good jump in temperatures possible West River into the upper 40s or lower 50s. We’ll likely see cooler weather after that, but no major storms are in the forecast.