Cold and cloudy with periods of flurries and light snow showers for the upcoming week
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) -- The weather pattern will be rinse and repeat the next few days with cold temperatures, mainly overcast skies and periods of flurries and light snow showers.
There will be a chance for flurries and light snow showers tonight across the eastern and northeastern hometowns thanks to a wave of lower pressure tracking across the state. Winds will be out of the southeast ahead of the low, but shifting to the north and northwest behind it. Lows drop into the teens and 20s.
Overcast skies, cold temperatures and periods of flurries and light snow showers will linger throughout most of the week. The good news is that snow accumulations will be light as most areas will see under an inch of snow through Thursday, but areas from Sisseton to Marshall to Albert Lea and points northeast could see 1-3″. While this won’t be anything overly significant, it could create some slick spots so be aware of that if you plan to travel. Highs will be in the 20s to low 30s with lows in the teens.
The cold weather will linger heading into next week into the week of Thanksgiving but we’ll see mostly dry conditions.
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