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Blaise Keller, KDLT Morning Meteorologist

We're still seeing showers lingering around the KDLT forecast area as we go into your Tuesday but we are going to be seeing clearing as we go into the rest of the day and for the rest of the week as drier air moves in. We're going to be warming back into the 70s by the time we go into the middle of week before another little cool down as well as another round of rain by the time we end this weekend.

The stalled out front and its moisture are finally beginning to leave the forecast area and will do so throughout the morning hours on Tuesday; those of us across the east will continue to see the chance for light shower activity through the late morning whereas those of us across the west will see clearing taking place as a high pressure system moves in. That being said, clearing is going to be occurring throughout all of the Sioux Empire meaning overnight into Wednesday we'll see clearer skies as well as cooler temperatures.

Once the stalled out front moves on out of here, along with the moisture, we're going to be left with clearer skies and temperatures that are going to be warming gradually. We are expecting temperatures to climb back into the 70s by the time we go into Wednesday and they'll stay there into Friday, when we could see a little bit of a cool down. However, as that high pressure system moves out, we'll see winds turn back out of the south, pick up in speed and warm us up going into the start of the weekend before another round of rain returns.

Highs today are going to climb into the upper 50s to mid 60s, across the western half of the forecast area due to expected clearing into the afternoon. Winds are going to remain light and out of the west/northwest.

70s return by tomorrow along with sunnier skies which are expected to stick around through Friday, when the forecast area will be a tad cooler. Winds pick up out of the south going into Saturday before rain and cooler temperatures return to end the weekend and start off next week.

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