It’s another cold morning in KELOLAND, but the weather conditions are improving after strong winds and blowing snow yesterday in the northeast. We do have a few light snow showers and flurries in eastern KELOLAND, but nothing significant is forecast. Highs will range from the upper teens in the northeast to the upper 30s in the west. Winds will be a little stronger in the west today from the north at 20-30mph.
Tonight will be very cold again with lows near -10 in Aberdeen. It won’t be that cold in Sioux Falls, but this will be one of the coldest starts to spring in a long time. In fact, it could end up being in the top 10 coldest starts to spring on record in Sioux Falls with a high near 27 tomorrow.
Highs will stay chilly the rest of the week with new chances of snow by Thursday in western SD. This snow could spread east on Friday, so we’ll keep an eye on that trend. There is a trend toward more snow chances this weekend south of KELOLAND, something we’ll need to keep an eye on as well.