SIOUX FALLS, SD -
Areas of scattered showers and thunderstorms have been tracking across eastern KELOLAND during the overnight hours. Most of the rainfall amounts have been less than a quarter inch. Other areas of scattered showers have also developed in far western South Dakota, with a few with snowflakes mixed in the highest elevations of the Black Hills. A strong cold front is pressing across South Dakota this morning, with much cooler weather to the west and northwest of Sioux Falls. High temperatures in Aberdeen will be near 65, Pierre at a cool 60, and Rapid City will hold in the lower 50s much of the day. Meanwhile, Sioux Falls will make it into the lower and middle 80s with strong south winds.
Areas of rain will become likely tonight west of Sioux Falls along and west of the strong cold front. Some heavy rain will be possible near the front from Gregory to Watertown, where locally an inch or more will be possible. Sioux Falls has a good chance of getting .25-.50”.
Cooler weather will filter into the rest of KELOLAND on Saturday with highs mainly in the 60s. Warmer weather will arrive on Sunday, with a dry and mild trend for several days early next week.
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