Record-breaking cold continues in KELOLAND this morning. Sioux Falls has dropped to 26, shattering the old record of 32 set back in 1929 and 1899. Many spots have fallen into the 20s from Aberdeen to Spencer. Temperatures will recover later this afternoon into the upper 50s to near 60 in most areas. Showers will also continue in western KELOLAND.
Scattered showers are also forecast tonight in Rapid City, but most areas East River will be dry. It will be chilly again, but not as cold. Lows are forecast near 31 in Aberdeen and 34 in Sioux Falls.
Warmer weather trends continue tomorrow with highs in the lower to middle 60s. That trend should continue into Sunday with highs near 70 in many areas. We do see some scattered rain late Sunday into Monday returning to the forecast. The showers and thunderstorms will keep temperatures a little cooler on Monday, but the overall picture looks much warmer next week.
Highs in the 70s are expected Tuesday and Wednesday next week.