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January 18, 2016 11:28 PM

Storm Center Update- Tuesday AM

Sioux Falls, SD

Light snow in on the way today for much of eastern KELOLAND.  A developing warm front will trigger the light precipitation and may accumulate to an inch or so in Sioux Falls by the end of the day. 


Lighter amounts are forecast north, with slightly heavier totals in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa.  Highs will be warmer today, around 17 in Sioux Falls, 18 at Aberdeen, 25 in Pierre, and 35 in Rapid City. 

Tonight, the snow will end and temperatures will not be as cold.  We expect lows to hold above zero with a south wind at 5-15 mph.

Tomorrow’s weather looks warmer with 20s and 30s likely with a blend of sun and clouds.  After our recent cold weather, these temperatures will feel much better.

Another cold front will arrive late Thursday into Friday with a drop in temperatures expected.  This air is NOT as cold as our recent episode of cold, and we are still confident that warmer weather is on the way for Saturday.  In fact, widespread 30s and 40s are forecast, which will be around 30 degrees warmer than the last 2 weekends for Sioux Falls! 

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