Areas of strong winds blew through KELOLAND overnight with areas of blowing snow. The winds are decreasing Tuesday morning and temperatures will be warmer, in the teens East River and 20s across the west. Light snow is also in the forecast with around an inch or less of accumulation possible on Tuesday.
Look for much cold weather Tuesday night with a wind chill advisory for many areas East River after 3 a.m. This means wind chills will drop once again into the -15 to -30 range. Actual low temperature could drop as low as -20 in Aberdeen.
Highs Wednesday will struggle to get to 0 in the far northeast, with around two expected in Sioux Falls. Warmer weather will be found in western SD, where highs will return to around 20. We expect warmer weather to overspread much of KELOLAND on Thursday and Friday with highs in the teens and 20s across the east, with 30s in the west.
It still looks colder for the weekend as another arctic front arrives in KELOLAND. It doesn’t look as cold as some of the recent cold snaps, but highs in the single digits and teens are likely. Some light snow may also be possible.