Sioux Falls, SD
It’s a very chilly start to the morning across KELOLAND, but the arctic air will soon retreat and warmer weather is ahead. Sunny skies are forecast with highs ranging from the lower to middle 30s in the east and lower 50s in the far west. Winds will turn around to the southwest at 5-15 mph.
Look for more wind from the southwest on Wednesday with much warmer weather ahead. Highs will jump into the upper 40s for both Aberdeen and Sioux Falls, with 50s likely for Pierre and Rapid City.
This mild trend will continue the rest of the week as the arctic air stays to our north. There could be some light rain or sprinkles in the southeast on Friday, but temperatures should stay at or above normal through Sunday.
The weather will be changing early next week as another arctic air mass heads south. We have a few days to watch this and whether or not a storm will develop at some point. At this time, we have a chance of snow in the forecast next Monday and highs and temperatures are likely to resemble the readings we are seeing today East River.