We’ll stay locked into our weather pattern for at least the next week. That means periods of clouds and quickly-moving systems bringing light rain/snow mix.
A few additional flakes will fly across much of South Dakota this afternoon, given how saturated many spots are. Nothing to worry about, though, as these should melt almost instantly. Another Alberta Clipper comes tonight. This time it takes a more western course but most of the moisture is on the northern flank. With a touch of clearing skies tonight and light winds after dark, we’ll quickly cool enough to get snow in many spots. It will be light for most, similar to this morning. Frankly, there isn’t much moisture to work with overnight.
Heading into tomorrow there will be some lingering, misty showers. Snow is still possible farther east into Minnesota, as those areas should be cooler. Wednesday will be only marginally warmer with mostly cloudy skies.
A weak ridge pattern builds in by Thursday out of the west. That will warm us up BUT it’s not going to be summer-like by any means. Highs will stay below average unless the jet stream really kinks again. The weekend will be mostly dry with lots of sunshine in the west. Sioux Falls could see a few more clouds. There is an east-west cold front arriving Monday which could bring a snow mix and a cool-down for some.
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