Warmer Temperatures Returning
Areas of Blowing Snow
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) -- Thanks to a warm front that has moved through, our temperatures are on the rise, but so is the wind speed. This will lead to continued areas of blowing snow especially in northeastern South Dakota and portions of western Minnesota which will lead to reduced visibilities.
A quick moving cold front will swing through tonight into Thursday which will cause our temperatures for much of the area to fall throughout the day once again. It’ll be cold on Thursday night with lows in the single digits and wind chills will be going back below zero, but they shouldn’t be in dangerous territory. Warmer air returns Friday with more sunshine and highs will be in the upper 20′s northeast and 30′s/40′s elsewhere.
This weekend will be mild with highs in the 30′s north and 40′s elsewhere for both Saturday and Sunday. While there will be more of a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday, we’ll have more sunshine on Sunday and traveling looks to be easy going for the weekend! Mild conditions will linger into the beginning of next week.
Changes next week include monitoring a potential winter storm moving into the Midwest next Tuesday and Wednesday followed by much colder temperatures briefly making a reappearance.
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