KSFY Severe Weather Team Forecast
Comfortable Weather Continues Sunday
11/17/2019 | From KSFY Television Meteorologist Sam GabrielliAs we open up Sunday, most of the initial sunshine will be found along and west of the Missouri River. A slow decrease in clouds is in the picture as we progress through the day but the sky will mainly stay partly to mostly cloudy. High temperatures will be similar to Saturday, reaching the 40s and 50s for most locations. It will also remain dry but there will be another opportunity for thickened cloud coverage into Sunday night.
The increase in clouds Sunday night is due to another small disturbance from southern Canada. The incoming system will not drop too much moisture but it will be enough to make the roads wet for Monday morning's work and school commute. Right now, precipitation accumulation will stay below a quarter of an inch is possible from Aberdeen, to Watertown and even Marshall.
Another disturbance will brush by on Wednesday. At this moment, temperatures will remain out of the realm of freezing with rain as the primary mode of precipitation. We will keep you posted if wintry weather becomes an issue for midweek.
The comfortable temperatures are not here for good however. A blast of high temperatures in the 30s and low temperatures in the teens and 20s looks promising to end the coming work week. The sun appears to be in full force at that time but temperatures will suffer greatly.