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A Quiet Friday Night And Weekend

12/15/2017 - From KSFY TV Meteorologist Sam Gabrielli:

Friday night and into the weekend will feature a decrease in cloud cover as low temperatures will also stay well above average (upper 20s and low 30s). Calm winds and mild conditions will continue this weekend as Saturday's high temperatures will be in the upper 30s and low 40s. This weekend will stay dry for most, but there will be some light snow/rain that will develop around Pierre and Chamberlain tomorrow and may bring less than an inch of snow/ice accumulation to the Central and Southern SD area late Saturday into Sunday.

Sunday will be slightly cooler for high temperatures (mid to upper 30s) under a partly cloudy sky. High temperatures then rebound into the low to mid 40s Monday-Wednesday of next week and we will again stay dry as much of our area will be between two disturbances.

The pattern of dry and unseasonably warm weather will take a big turn on Thursday as a strong storm system will work its way from the Northern Rockies and move into our vicinity, dropping high temperatures into the teens and low 20s late next week! There is snow potential with this system, but it is too early to tell if and how much snow the storm will pack with it. Nonetheless, prepare for a pattern change just in time for Christmas travel!

Weather Team

Phil Schreck - Senior Meteorologist
Phil Schreck is our Senior Meteorologist. Phil came to KSFY in 1988 from Cedar Rapids, IA. He is a member of the American Meteorologist Society and holds the AMS broadcast Seal of Approval.

Shawn Cable - Morning Anchor/Meteorologist
Shawn Cable is an Emmy award-winning meteorologist, reporter, and co-host of the KSFY Morning News. Shawn is an active member of the National Weather Association and holds the NWA Broadcaster Seal of Approval.

Sam Gabrielli - Weekend Meteorologist
Sam is a the weekend meteorologist at KSFY News and is regularly involved in KSFY Morning News.