Autumn is less than two hours old and already a pretty strong cold front is moving into the region. We’ve had sunshine and a very warm day but the winds are really starting to whip up. Pocket-sized spotty storms are moving into SW SD late this afternoon from Wyoming and Nebraska. The air is quite dry behind the cold front and storms will struggle to actually FORM in SD for awhile.
The actual front is along a due north-south line and winds are strongest just ahead of it near Pierre. Storms will move from south to north but should not reach Pierre until tomorrow morning. The system is slow-moving and yet we’re not expecting widespread heavy rains. Those East River will have a mild but breezy night.
Storms along that north-south line will move into central SD tomorrow during the morning. The center of the system will then shift gears to the northeast. That leaves Sioux Falls and SE KELOLAND on the lower end of rain chance. Aberdeen has a better, but still not great, chance at rainfall tomorrow. Showers increase tomorrow night and through early Tuesday morning. We do expect skies to slowly clear well behind the cold front on Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday will be the warmest days of the workweek before another cold front arrives (with another round of rain potential) by late week.
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