Showers Linger Overnight and Monday Morning
Some Much Colder Air Settles in by the Holiday
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) -- Hopefully everyone got a chance to get outside and enjoy the pleasant temperatures this weekend, because some much colder air is heading our way in the new week. We’ve see cloud cover increase through much of Sunday, and now some rain is falling across southern portions of the region. These showers will continue to move north through evening hours, and much of the area can expect some rainfall into overnight hours tonight. Some light showers may also linger into tomorrow morning. Temperatures for Monday will be cooler than this weekend, warming only to the 40s for afternoon highs. This is still slightly above average for the temperatures we typically see this time of year, but it will seem much cooler compared to the 50s and 60s we’ve had over the past few weeks!
As we head into next week and approach the holiday weekend, the big story we want to alert you to will be the dramatic drop in temperatures. We’ll go from the 40s for highs at the start of the week down all the way to the 30s by Thanksgiving and Friday. Morning lows will fall into the teens for many, so dress warm if you’re headed out for Black Friday shopping! While cloud cover will increase, no major travel impacts are anticipated at this time.
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