We’re waking up to some fog this morning along the I-29 corridor. With skies quickly clearing, temperatures dropped in a hurry. After the fog clears this morning, it should end up being a very nice day for this late in October.
Winds will be breezy at times, but nothing like what we had earlier this week. Temperatures will be near 80 in a few towns near the western Nebraska border.
Tonight will be a little milder with thickening clouds. A spotty shower or two is possible in far NW South Dakota overnight in advance of the next cold front. Most will stay dry, though. Those clouds will move in from the NW and many West River will have a cooler day tomorrow. Sioux Falls will be slightly warmer as the front looks to stall out west of town. The breeze will intensify a bit tomorrow, as well. By late tomorrow, a system in Iowa will try to clip our far SE counties with light rain. That still looks like an outside chance for rain.
Rapid City and the Black Hills could see some rain on Monday, favoring the early hours of the day. Late in the forecast, the computer models are still fighting each other on temperatures and rain chances. It still looks like many could see some lighter showers Wednesday and Thursday. Some of these computers try to bring wintry mix just east of the Black Hills but we’ve kept it mostly as rain for the time being.
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