Sioux Falls, SD
Warmer weather is ahead the next few days with temperatures staying ten to 15 degrees above normal. Highs this afternoon will be back into the 50s in many areas, with readings close to 60 in Rapid City. Areas of clouds and sprinkles will be possible in far western KELOLAND late Wednesday afternoon and early Wednesday evening.
Look for partly cloudy skies Wednesday night with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Thursday will be a little cooler with northwest winds, but temps will still be above normal in the mid to upper 40s. 50s are still likely for parts of central and western KELOLAND.
The next thing to watch is the chance of rain showers in southeastern KELOLAND on Saturday. It still looks mild with highs in the lower 50s, but much colder air will be knocking on our door by Sunday.
Sunday will have other challenges as a possible storm system develops to our southwest. This could bring areas of rain changing to snow and some wind. We still are watching the ingredients for this storm system, so stay tuned to later forecasts.