KX Storm Team Tuesday Evening Forecast

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Another cold night is in store as mostly clear skies will allow temperatures to drop. A persistent wind will keep a wind chill factor, but not cold enough to warrant advisories. Temperatures tomorrow will remain cold with highs in the single digits and teens. We are still tracking a change in the weather pattern, as an upper level trough develops in the jet stream out west. This will increase our temperatures by the end of the week, with highs much closer to average than we’ve experienced as of late. It will also bring higher chances for snow, including this weekend when a potentially impactful system moves in. As this system arrives from the southwest, it will have plenty of moisture to work with in addition to strong winds. At this point, it appears as though the highest accumulations of snow will be to the south near the South Dakota border. This can change as we get closer to the event. Those with travel plans this weekend should pay attention to the updated forecast. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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