Aaron Doudna, KDLT Morning Meteorologist
Forecast updated 12/11/19 at 4:07 a.m.
We have another cold day on tap with highs ranging from the single digits in the north and east to the low 20s in the south. Clouds will be increasing through the day into the overnight hours, and that will help keep us warmer than we have been lately tonight. Lows will still be in the single digits to near 10, but without the clouds, it could be much colder. We could also see a little light snow tonight along the North Dakota state line but snowfall amounts should be very light.
Warmer air will move into the region for Thursday and Friday. Highs Thursday should be back into the 20s for most with a few 30s out west. Northern parts of the region may still be stuck in the teens, unfortunately. Everybody should be even warmer Friday with highs for most of us in the 30s. There's a slight chance of a little light snow in central South Dakota Friday night.
This weekend, we're looking to cool off again. Highs for Saturday will plummet back into the teens with the single digits to the north. Temperatures should improve a little by Sunday with highs in the teens and 20s. There's also a very slight chance of a few flurries over the weekend.
Early next week is looking a little better. Temperatures will still be a little cool. Those temps will range from the teens in the north to the 20s in the south. It looks like we should start early next week dry.
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