Wave goodbye to those types of temperatures as numbers will continue to fall through midweek. Temperatures cooled to the 40s and 50s on Monday, which technically is still above average but no where close to the warmth from Sunday.
Along with the cooler air, scattered rain or snow will be possible through midweek with widespread rain looking likely for Thursday and Friday.
We'll be in more of a zonal weather pattern this week and next week, which usually means no be warm up and no big cool downs should be expected, but we'll go back and forth between being above average and below average. An exception will be the storm system that rolls through later this week, but don't expect big temperature swings.
Speaking of temperatures, our average highs by the end of the month warm to the upper 40s to the lower 50s.
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Hopefully you were able to soak up the warmth and sunshine from Sunday, because we may not see temperatures like that for quite sometime. In fact, we had widespread 60s and 70s, as Sioux Falls came with a high of 73, within two degrees of a record high.