The forecast ahead for KELOLAND isn’t exactly great news, but we don’t see another storm the size of what we just experiences. Plan on unsettled weather ramping into midweek with the likely of rain verses snow this time.
First, we’ll start with the quiet weather. Some patchy fog may develop tonight with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Tomorrow will be warmer as we melt more snow. The far west with have a chance of showers, mainly late in the day.
You can see the showers on FutureScan below. We think some of that activity will migrate east toward Sioux Falls by Tuesday morning. We should have even warmer weather by Tuesday ahead of the next storm system.
Wednesday looks more active as the main storm pushes across KELOLAND. We expect embedded thunderstorms with this activity.
The wind will really crank up on Thursday, perhaps lingering into Friday across the east. Fortunately, most areas should stay rain. There will be some snow in the Black Hills at the start of the storm, but we’ll see warmer readings this time.
Here again in the moisture forecast. This is still more water than we need and certainly the farmers need a lot of dry weather right now. The best we can hope for is most of it will be go east and south, but that’s something to pay close attention to.
River flooding will continue. You can see the forecast rises on the James River at Huron. The James will probably experience the biggest problems due to the snow melt.
Temperatures are not as cold as you can see on the 7 day forecast. Highs should be in the 60s again by the start of next weekend!