SIOUX FALLS, SD -
After a chilly start to the morning, temperatures will be warming back above normal this afternoon with highs returning to the upper 40s in Aberdeen, with lower 50s in Sioux Falls, and mid to upper 50s in both Pierre and Rapid City. Winds will be stronger in central and northeast KELOLAND during the afternoon with some gusts over 25mph. That stronger breeze will be moving east tonight and tomorrow.
In fact, Sioux Falls will have winds likely over 25mph at times on Saturday. Despite the wind, temperatures will be warming into the 50s in many areas. The wind will not be as strong in Aberdeen, Pierre, and Rapid City….so the 50s will feel pretty nice. The weather will be stay mild on Sunday with less wind in Sioux Falls, making it feel warmer.
The 50s will continue into next week with some chance to hit 60s a few times, especially in the south. No rain or snow is in the 7-day forecast. A cold front may start to affect KELOLAND Thanksgiving or the day after, so that will be something to watch.
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