KSFY Severe Weather Team Forecast
A Long Stretch Of Dry, Mild Days
10/17/2018 | From KSFY Television Meteorologist Shawn CableSioux Falls reached 61 degrees yesterday and that is the first time we've had a high temperature above average since October 3rd! Today will be just slightly cooler than yesterday. There will be plenty of sunshine with high temps ranging from the upper 50s in Sioux Falls and places along and east of the James River to the mid 60s across Central and Western South Dakota.
Tomorrow will be sunny, warmer and just a little breezy. High temps will soar into the upper 60s in Sioux Falls while most places along and west of the James Valley warm into the low 70s. Friday will be sunny and slightly cooler with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s.
The weekend will be sunny, but a blast of Canadian air will knock high temperatures back into the low 50s on Saturday. Temps will bounce back into the mid to upper 50s on Sunday.
Dry, mild weather will continue into next week. Monday and Tuesday will be sunny with high temps in the mid to upper 50s. Long-range models continue to suggest that this dry stretch of weather will last through most of next week and possibly even longer.