While people in the northeast are bracing for Hurricane Sandy, it's keeping KELOLAND warm and dry.
As the storm continues to move through the northeast United States, it will have an affect on our weather here. More or less, what you see is what you get. The storm system is responsible for slowing things down, so our warm and dry weather will stay through the week.
But things are already looking active for next week with a see-saw battle of temperatures and even chances for rain or snow. We'll see if that could be the start to a wet pattern for November. That's something that hasn't happened since 2005 for Sioux Falls.