Many parts of our area are dealing with fog this morning as flurries continue to move in from the west. We expect a mainly quiet Sunday full of cloudy skies and cold temperatures. The flurries won’t amount to more than a dusting in most spots. Roads in the northeast are still slick as the moisture from yesterday got the chance to re-freeze.
We’ll fall to the lower teens overnight. Flurries should eventually cross back over the Missouri River to the east but, again, don’t expect much. Tomorrow we will get a little bit more sunshine and only the slightest warming trend for most. The Black Hills actually will feel fairly nice through Tuesday, given the season. Relatively speaking, this is KELOLAND’s “Banana Belt.”
More moisture will try to arrive in far northern South Dakota starting Tuesday. This disturbance could provide light mix for the Aberdeen area before the next cold front arrives on Wednesday. That will drop our highs by around ten degrees. We have also been tracking a southern-stream storm system for a mid-week timeframe. This now looks to be pushing more to our south. The Black Hills have a shot of seeing moisture before the system dives southeast. This will then bend back up north once it approaches eastern Minnesota.
Even with sunshine returning into early next weekend, we will be considerably colder.