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January 14, 2018 05:32 AM

Storm Center Update Sunday AM - January 14

Winds will change to a northwesterly direction as upper level energy will sweep across the area today. As the energy moves through, we’ll have another chance for some light, powdery snow, especially late in the day with little, if any, accumulation. Fortunately it will also be warmer with daytime highs in the low to mid-20s East River (near normal for this time of year) to near 40 in western South Dakota.

This next week is looking snow-free Monday through Friday. We will also have a lot of sunshine, due to an area of upper level high pressure that will control our skies.

Tomorrow, brisk northerly winds will bring another blast of arctic air. Even though skies will be sunny on Monday, eastern KELOLAND will have a tough time warming above the zero mark during the afternoon while central and western KELOLAND reach the single digits to low teens.


Tuesday will be very cold in the morning, in the teens or even 20 degrees below zero. Tuesday afternoon we’ll have sunshine, with highs in the single digits in the east, warmer teens and 20s will be found in the west.

Skies will be mostly sunny Wednesday and Thursday, and temperatures will be sharply warmer, well into the 20s East River on Wednesday and with near 40 degree highs possible on Thursday. The central and western regions will be even warmer as they reach the 30s and 40s easily. 

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