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Hannah Messier, KDLT Weekend Meteorologist

Forecast updated 9/21/19 at 7:13 p.m.

It was a sunny and warm Saturday in the Sioux Empire with temperatures ranging from the mid 70's to the mid 80's this afternoon. Dew points are lower than yesterday in the 60's in eastern South Dakota and the upper 40's to mid 50's farther west. That being said, the humidity is still lingering in northwestern Iowa and western Minnesota. There are a few lingering clouds in north central South Dakota and showers and small thunderstorms popped up in northwest Iowa.

Tonight will be clear with temperatures in the mid 50's across the region. Clouds will build in south tonight and will linger tomorrow morning.

Those clouds will dissipate by the mid afternoon on Sunday leaving us with a sunshine. Tomorrow will finally feel like September as colder air from western North Dakota and the Black Hills moves into our area. Temperatures will be in the upper 60's in the east and lower 70's in central South Dakota.

High pressure will move in tomorrow and sit over the region on Monday bringing a sunny start to the work week. However, another cold front will make it's way into the Sioux Empire on Tuesday bringing slight chances for rain Tuesday night, especially in the east.

The rest of the week will be dry and cool with temperatures in the lower 70's and upper 60's. Our next round of fall weather is on the way!

 

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