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Brandon Spinner, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

Yuck. Fog, Fog, and more Fog out there today and that is making things gloomy for those in eastern South Dakota and the Sioux Empire. Visibility has been below one mile for most of the I-29 corridor all day today, and we have Dense Fog Advisories which have been issued for most of us through the night tonight and into Friday morning as this is expected to continue into the mid-morning. Temperatures continue to stay above normal and that will be the case overnight tonight and in some places we will be around 30 degrees warmer than normal!

Lows overnight will be into the mid 30s out east where the fog is more prevalent, while to the west, where we have been clear and have snow on the ground, we will see temps into the teens. Winds should be light as well from the southeast at 5 to 10 mph. Friday will be very similar to Thursday but we could add a couple areas of drizzle and flurries. To the north, where temperatures will be closer to 32°, there is a chance that we will see some freezing rain.

More of that overnight into the early parts of Saturday as some places to the southeast could see some snow mix in with that rain. Sadly it looks as though we will continue to see this deck of clouds as we move into the day on Sunday, but at least things will stay warm!

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