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Kole Fehling, KDLT Meteorologist

Happy Saturday everyone!  It's been another fantastic weekend and I'm working.  What's new?  We've had sunshine all day with temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s across the Sioux Empire.  We can thank high pressure and southerly winds for the great weather.  Tomorrow, we will have higher wind outs of the southwest as high pressure remains over the area.  Gusts could reach 30mph so not a great hair day.  The good news is, the winds will bump up our temperature a little more tomorrow with highs in the low-to-mid 70s.  High pressure will provide sunshine for most of us as well.  However, more clouds are possible to the north due to a low pressure system that will just barely miss the Sioux Empire to the north.

Once we get into the workweek, things start to get hectic once again, similar to last week.  A cold front will swing into the area bringing precipitation Monday evening for most of us but will start earlier in the afternoon for areas to west, such as Pierre.  As the system pushes east, a chance for showers and T'storms will be possible into Monday night and Tuesday.  Highs will be in the mid- to-upper 60s on Monday, but we will cool down significantly on Tuesday after the passage of the cold front.  Areas to the north could see some snow mixing in with rain on Tuesday evening into Wednesday as another cold front moves into the viewing area.  Highs will hover around the low-to-mid 50s and lows will be in the mid-t0-upper 30s throughout the entire rest of the week and into next weekend.  Unfortunately, the clouds look to be stubborn again next week with not much sunshine for the most part.

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