Today and the rest of the week will be dry and a bit cooler than yesterday. High temperatures will stay around or just below average through Thursday and then warm back into the 40s for the weekend.
A storm system moving across Kansas, Missouri and Illinois will clip the very southeastern part of our KSFY coverage area tomorrow. Parts of extreme southeastern South Dakota (Yankton, Vermilion, Elk Point, Sioux City) and parts of northwestern Iowa and southwestern Minnesota could catch some freezing drizzle and light snow tomorrow and tomorrow night. Roads could get a bit slick, but snow accumulation, if any, will be minor. Sioux Falls and the rest of the region should stay dry but will be mostly cloudy.
Temperatures will warm back into the 40s for the weekend. After that, another system will bring a mix of rain and snow late Sunday with snow likely on Monday. It's a little early to get specific, but some accumulation is possible. The snow will be followed by colder temperatures that will likely stick around for most of next week.