Get ready for more snow. Details on that story are below. First, a cold day is ahead for KELOLAND with highs in the teens and lower 20s. This is below normal, a trend that will continue for several more days.
Tonight, clouds will be increasing from the south. Temperatures will not be as cold.
The snow arrives tomorrow. You can see the expansion of the snow to the north during the day Thursday.
Here's our snow forecast. 2-4" looks likely in the heaviest band of snow north and west of Sioux Falls. Amounts will be lower in NW IA, but freezing drizzle issues could be a problem during the afternoon.
Temperatures will be warmer tomorrow in the 20s.
The next storm will develop to our southwest on Friday. I always say pay attention to Colorado lows. The exact track and intensity of this system are still yet to be determined, but it is looking stronger than yesterday.
If the low turns to the northeast, we'll have a very snowy forecast for Sioux Falls on Saturday.
We aren't done. Next week, featuring our first look at March also looks active across much of the nation. We have lots of cold air to the north wanting to pour south. Warm air to the south is trying to go north. Last, a fast-moving jet stream will send storms across the battle zone. This should be interesting.
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