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Hannah Messier, KDLT Weekend Meteorologist

Forecast updated 12/6/19 at 4:23 a.m.

Happy Friday Sioux Empire! Temperatures are in the teens and 20's this morning with winds coming out of the north from 5 to 15 mph. This brings wind chill values into the single digits east if I-29, the teens between I-29 and the James river, and the twenties farther west. You'll need a coat before heading out the door. Most of the Sioux Empire is sitting under a layer of low level cloud cover that will dissipate throughout the day and leave us with a mostly sunny sky by this afternoon thanks to an area of high pressure sitting over our area. Today will be much colder than yesterday with temperatures in lower to mid 20's east of the James River and the 30's west of the river.

Tonight temperatures are expected to stay in the upper teens and lower 20's with a clear sky.

Tomorrow we'll warm up significantly for a great start to the weekend with highs in the upper 30's in the south and the mid 30's farther north. We'll have a few more clouds Saturday than today, but we'll still see plenty of sunshine.

Conditions change Sunday evening as another round of snow makes it's way to the KDLT viewing area. In the southeast around 1-3 inches could fall while Aberdeen in Sisseton will see 4 + inches. After the snow moves out of the region temperatures plummet next week with highs in the teens and single digits during the day and lows below zero overnight.

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