Another bitterly cold day for KELOLAND, afternoon temperatures just under zero degrees in central and eastern South Dakota, western South Dakota looks like it’ll make it to the single digits as winds shift to the southeast this afternoon. Clouds will also be clearing out midday into the late afternoon hours.
There is a Wind Chill Warning that will last till Noon today, wind chills are expected to be in the -30s to -40s. The Wind Chill Advisory in western KELOLAND will expire at Noon CST (11am MST) today however the advisory has been extended for central and eastern South Dakota to 6PM tonight. Wind chill values expected to be in the -20s and possibly -30s.
Tomorrow will be the beginning of a slow warm up, temperatures still in the single digits and teens for most of KELOLAND for Monday but every day after that has potential to be five to ten degrees warmer than the day before with western KELOLAND possibility getting up to the 40s and 50s on Thursday. Chance for snow in east and central KELOLAND Tuesday night and a chance for a winter mix Friday for eastern KELOLAND. The winter event on Friday has a lot of uncertainty associated with it, since it is 5 days out, but just something keep it in mind.