Much Cooler to End Summer
Feeling Like Fall as the Season Begins
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - As we start to put a bow on the summer season, we’re already feeling like fall across the region thanks to a cold front that moved through.
We’ll be clear over much of the region tonight which will then set the stage for overnight lows to fall into the mid 30s in parts of northeastern South Dakota including around Aberdeen. A Frost Advisory has been issued for northern South Dakota including in Aberdeen. Make sure to cover your plants!
Clouds will begin to slowly increase throughout the day from west to east as highs only get into the lower to mid 60s for Thursday afternoon. Rain will arrive Thursday night and continue into Friday morning. We’ll be clearing much quicker in western South Dakota so in places like Pierre you’ll be dry for Friday, but in places like Sioux Falls some showers will still linger Friday morning. The football games Friday night look to be dry as the rain will clear out by then.
Over the weekend, we’ll warm up a bit with highs jumping back into the low to mid 70s with plenty of sunshine. Looking ahead to next week, it’s looking sunny and mild. Highs look to remain in the 70s across most of the region! It looks like we should stay dry next week, too.
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