Another cold night is expected with temperatures falling to the teens and 20s below zero in eastern KELOLAND. Combine the cold with light northwest winds, and there will be wind chills in the 20s, 30s and 40s below zero. Numerous Wind Chill Advisories and Wind Chill Warnings continue until noon on Tuesday for central and eastern KELOLAND.
Tuesday will be another sunny and cold day. Highs will struggle to get above zero in eastern South Dakota while central and western KELOLAND ‘warm’ to the teens and 20s. Winds will average five to 15 miles per hour from the northwest.
Warmer temperatures will arrive for Wednesday. Some of the warming will start Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Afternoon temperatures on Wednesday will warm to the 20s and 30s in eastern South Dakota to the middle 40s in central and western KELOLAND.
Another push of cold air will arrive on Thursday. Along with the colder air, there’s a chance for snow Thursday through Saturday. Computer models are keeping things light, so there’s only a 20 to 30 percent chance for snow. While temperatures will be cooler than average after Wednesday, it will not be as cold as what we are currently in.