Storm Center Update-Tuesday AM
November 22, 2011, 5:59 AM
SIOUX FALLS, SD - We have areas of fog across parts of KELOLAND with dense fog reported in Pierre, Mobridge, and Aberdeen. We even have some scattered dense fog just south of Sioux Falls in the Big Sioux River valley. Clouds will remain thick in the southeast, but will thin as the day continues. Highs today will range from the upper 30s in Aberdeen and Pierre, to the mid 40s in Aberdeen and Sioux Falls.
Highs will be in the mid 40s to near 50 tomorrow, with even warmer weather across the far south near the Nebraska border areas. The pleasant weather will continue on Thanksgiving with very nice weather. Highs will likely hit the 60s across parts of southern KELOLAND. The warmer weather will be cooling on Friday as a cold front moves through the region. That front could give parts of eastern KELOLAND a light mix of rain or snow late in the day into early Saturday.
The weather will be cooler for the weekend as the pattern begins undergoing a few more changes. We’ll be watching an area of low pressure to our east early next week. It will likely affect many states just east of us with high winds, snow, and severe weather. There is a chance this system could retrograde back into eastern KELOLAND, but we plenty of time to watch this storm for now.
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