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Cooler Air Should Be Expected In March

March 11, 2014, 6:19 PM by Scot Mundt

Cooler Air Should Be Expected In March

It was a step back to colder temperatures on Tuesday with some areas receiving snow. Some of the heaviest snow fell in the Hills of western South Dakota with amounts over a half foot.

The cold and snow will only be temporary, by Thursday many locations in KELOLAND will have highs returning to the 50s. It's all part of an early spring pattern setting up in KELOLAND.

While temperatures warm on Thursday, there are hints of colder air for this coming weekend with areas returning to the 30s. But warmer air will return early next week, but it will be short lived as colder air will quickly sweep in after Monday.

It all part of the transition, as we get warmer weather to stay the further we head into spring.

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