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We have a cool morning in KELOLAND with areas of clear in the northeast, while clouds continue across much of the central and south. A few flurries continue across the area, but that won’t amount to much today. Highs will range from the mid 20s in the northeast, to the upper 40s in Rapid City. More clouds will increase in western KELOLAND today as warmer begins to move across the region. We have a 20% chance of light rain or snow for the Black Hills region.
Tomorrow will be much warmer in the west with highs near 60 in Rapid City. Pierre will be in the mid 40s, with 30s for Sioux Falls and Aberdeen. The forecast will be mild again on Sunday ahead of the next storm system.
An Alberta clipper will be moving our way late Sunday into Monday. Chances of rain and snow are at least 50% and we certainly need to watch the progression of this storm system. Right now, eastern areas of KELOLAND will likely see the most moisture. The exact track is uncertain right snow, but a few inches of snow to the left of the surface low track looks pretty likely. Again, we’ll have more details later today and this weekend on KELOLAND News.
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