The first official day of fall brought mild temperatures but it’s a Freeze Warning that is dominating the weather story.
It’s going to be cold overnight, at least seasonably so. Many in the east will drop into the middle to upper 20s with lowers 30s West River. This looks like the coldest air we’ll see for the coming week.
We’ll have lots of blue sky tomorrow but little else. Temperatures will again be on the cool side, but it should be pleasant for most outdoor activities. Winds will be light in the east and slightly breezier in the Hills.
We’re really quiet until late Tuesday when a small batch of light showers tries to form in far SW South Dakota. We’ve left chances out for Rapid City at this time.
There could be isolated or spotty showers Thursday but it’s not looking likely. Most of the moisture stays hidden away in Iowa.
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