Expect more warmth and sunshine this weekend. Even as we head into December, we are closing in on more record high temperatures. Some are dealing with patchy fog this morning and you might have to scrape your windshield.
We’ll have variably cloudy skies and a breeze today. A weak system is driving warmth into western South Dakota. That will draw in more cloud-cover from eastern Nebraska but we will have periods of sunshine. Either way, it will be much warmer than average.
Tomorrow will be clearer until late in the day. That’s when a new cold front move back in. We could see a few late sprinkles in the northwestern parts of KELOLAND late tomorrow, but the week stays mostly dry. The breeze will also increase later in the day, from the south at 15-30 mph. We will be even windier in some spots Monday. Monday will be cooler in the west but still warm in the east.
We’ll have a fair amount of sunshine by midweek before the next, stronger batch of cold air rolls back in. Late Wednesday more clouds develop and we could see light rain in central and eastern KELOLAND but chances are looking pretty slim at this point. Otherwise, Friday looks a lot colder.
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