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Brandon Spinner, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

Brrr! Well, sort of. It didn’t feel like mid-August out there this morning as we woke up to temperatures into the low to mid 40s in some spots! However, that chill didn’t last long and we warmed up quickly into the mid to upper 80s for central South Dakota. That kind of cold air doesn’t look to be sticking around, but overall we will still look to be cool the next couple of days. Overnight clouds will increase along the I-29 corridor, which will bring in a chance for scattered showers through the overnight. Temperatures will be into the upper 50s and low 60s through much of the area.

Scattered showers possible out there to start the day on Thursday, but overall we should stay dry. From there we will continue to see clearing, especially in central South Dakota. Temperatures will be similar to what we have seen Wednesday. Highs into the upper 70s for those of use to the east of I-29, but more of the warmth expected into central South Dakota, with the mid to upper 80s.

At this point, Friday looks to be a gloomy one with skies staying cloudy with showers and storms moving through the area. Overall, the heavier rain will be into eastern South Dakota as we move into the afternoon and evening. Looks like storms are likely as we move into Saturday as well. Overall it will be a cool stretch as well. Temps expected to stay into the low to mid 70s for most of the area, but off to the west we might see a few 80s sprinkled in there. The good news is that I don’t expect the weekend to be a total washout. Signs are pointing to clearing for Sunday, which will bring us some afternoon sunshine and a little more warmth. However, we still look to be below normal with temperatures into the mid to upper 70s.

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