Bitter Cold, Snow & Blowing Snow this Weekend

Updated by KSFY-TV Meteorologist Shawn Cable on Friday, February 12 at 4:06 AM

Today will be mostly sunny and cold. High temperatures will only reach the low teens. It's going to get a lot colder tonight as our temps drop into the single digits to teens below zero. Even though the wind will only get to about 5 to 10 mph, the wind chill factor will drop to between 20 and 30 below zero.

Saturday will be cloudy and cold with highs only reaching the upper single digits to low teens. Our next round of snow will roll in later Saturday afternoon and continue through Saturday night into Sunday. As of right now, I expect about 2 to 4 inches in Sioux Falls with heavier, 3 to 6 inch amounts across northeastern South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. Unlike our last couple of snows, this time there WILL be wind. The wind will kick in late Saturday afternoon and continue through Saturday night into Sunday. That, of course, will create areas of blowing snow that will reduce visibility and make travel difficult from late Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning. The wind will decrease to about 5-15 mph by late Sunday morning, so travel conditions should improve rather quickly during the day Sunday. MORE...

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Sioux Falls, SD
Friday

17 | 8
Saturday

12 | -9
Sunday

28 | 12
Monday

34 | 19
Tuesday

32 | 24
Wednesday

30 | 15
Thursday

39 | 23

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