Sioux Falls, SD
The warm weather is gone for now as north winds and Canadian air returns to KELOLAND. We are tracking some light snow in the Black Hills with some slushy accumulations likely. Most areas in the plains will not see snow, but cooler highs in the 40s are expected in many spots. We think Sioux Falls will be near 47, with 46 in Aberdeen, 45 at Pierre, and just 40 in Rapid City with a light mix of rain and snow. Wind will be lighter today and clouds will spread east toward Sioux Falls through the afternoon.
Tomorrow, look for pockets of rain and snow in the Aberdeen area. Don’t expect anything heavy, but some slush is possible as temperatures hover near 40 for a high. More 40s and 50s are likely farther south tomorrow, but winds will be stronger. Southeast winds will be in the 15-25 mph range in Sioux Falls, while Rapid City will see gusty northwest winds up to 40mph.
A mini warm-up is ahead for Thursday and Friday. 50s and 60s are expected, with the warmest weather arriving on Friday afternoon. Enjoy those temperatures because colder weather is expected for the weekend. In fact, we may have trouble getting out of the 30s in some areas.
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