KELOLAND is able to get a break from what seems like the constant barrage of rain and snow over the past couple of weeks as dry skies will be the norm through the weekend. It's what's expected after the weekend which may be troublesome.
Computer models have been all over the place with next week's weather. One thing they do agree on is the dip in the upper air pattern just to our west. This is usually a good set-up to get moisture in KELOLAND.
The thing they do not agree on is the path, timing, and moisture of individual systems moving through the plains which will give us our chances for rain or snow.
As of now, it's looking like western South Dakota has a chance for accumulating snow Monday while the east will have to wait until Tuesday. Exactly how much snow is yet to be determined.
Halloween is also under a microscope. So far, the European model is giving Sioux Falls and southeast KELOLAND rain with highs in the 50's. Everyone else is looking dry and cooler, at least for now.
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