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Brandon Spinner, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

How about that! We are in mid-January and some spots hit the 50s! Don’t get too used to it, but this warmth will continue for the short term forecast, so break out those shorts. Kidding. That warmth will be most prevalent out there on Wednesday and Thursday. Tonight will be another cold one for places to the north with temperatures into the teens and single digits for those who live in northern South Dakota. To the south we will be much warmer into the teens and low 20s.

Skies will stay clear across the area the next 24 to 36 hours with high pressure keeping the clouds away. Temperatures will respond as well with the 40s and 50s to the south, but with the 12 to 15” of snow on the ground in northern South Dakota it will keep things much colder. Winds should be light as well.

Temperatures stay warm into Thursday but we will see more cloud cover move in late in the morning and that will keep things a bit cooler, but still above normal. Things will stay dry all the way into Friday ahead of our next system. Friday will bring some sprinkles and showers which will mix with snow by Saturday.

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