We have another cold morning in KELOLAND with temperatures falling well below zero in many areas east of the James Valley.
Winds are lighter, but we still have wind chill advisories in effect for Aberdeen and Watertown and much of the northeast. Highs Tuesday will be in the lower teens in much of eastern KELOLAND, with much warmer numbers in Rapid City. Pierre will be in between with highs near 30. We also have light snow in the forecast Tuesday, mainly East River. Amounts should stay at one inch or less.
Look for a few clouds Tuesday night, but colder air will begin pouring into KELOLAND again late Tuesday night. This will also be accompanied by increasing winds Wednesday and areas of blowing snow. Wind speeds will increase by early afternoon to around 20-35 mph from the NW. Be aware of those conditions on the roads. The best chances of new snow Wednesday will stay in western KELOLAND.
Thursday is still looking cold, but warmer weather is likely by Friday and Saturday. The warmer weather may also bring pockets of light rain or light snow. The cycle of wind and sharply colder weather will likely arrive again by late Sunday and Monday.
At least there are some pretty sights with the winter weather. One of our viewers, Mark in Iroquois, took a picture of the sun dogs last night. Enjoy your day!