Sioux Falls, SD
Rain and a few areas of snow continue this morning in parts of KELOLAND. Cooler weather is here to stay for a few days too.
First, we’re tracking a band of rain from western Nebraska into northeastern KELOLAND. Some snow has been mixing in with this system around Eureka and also in the Pine Ridge area. The rain and snow mix will move northeast during the morning, with drier conditions filtering into the west. Afternoon temperatures will be in the 40s for most areas, with falling temperatures in SW MN and NW IA. A few thunderstorms could redevelop well east of Sioux Falls as well later today.
Tonight will be cooler with upper 20s to lower 30s likely across KELOLAND, with the coolest weather likely in the far west.
Friday will be another cool day with mid to upper 40s likely. We should be a little warmer by Saturday, but the morning low could be down in the 20s in many spots.
The beginning of next week looks breezy on Sunday and warmer. Highs will return to the mid 50s to lower 60s, above normal for this time of the year. We’ll likely maintain those temperatures into early next week.
Will we get more active weather after Veterans Day? It still looks like a sizable system will track through the plains with areas of rain of snow, but since we are still 7 days out, we don’t know yet which areas of KELOLAND will get the most precipitation. We’ll just watch it for now and how a few more details later today.