Sioux Falls, SD
Light snow is in the forecast today in KELOLAND. Colder weather will return tonight and tomorrow in the east, but warmer temperatures are still likely this weekend.
First, keep an eye on the road conditions today. We have black ice in many areas as light snow and patches of blowing snow keep conditions slippery. New snowfall today will remain in the nuisance range, with perhaps an inch or two in a band stretching from Gregory to Watertown. Sioux Falls will have the best chance of snow this afternoon.
Colder weather will return tonight with lows in the single digits in the east, with mid teens in Rapid City.
Tomorrow will be colder, but compared to the recent cold, highs in the upper teens in Sioux Falls look likely with some sunshine.
Your weekend will be warmer, but south winds on Saturday will be gusty east of the James Valley. Highs in Sioux Falls will be near 30, but 50 is possible in Rapid City.
Many spots East River will still be in the upper 20s to lower 30s on Sunday but colder air will be pouring in from the north during the day.
We’ll be watching another chance of snow Sunday night and Monday. At first look, it appears some accumulation will occur and we’ll have some stronger winds from the northwest on Monday. Those two factors together may be enough to give this system a second look tomorrow.
Warmer weather is still likely late next week, but windy weather is possible. Stay tuned.
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