SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO AM) - It may feel like a long cold winter but numbers don’t back that up.
Sioux Falls Meteorologist Todd Heitkamp says blame this season’s harshness on the wind. He says temperatures rose above freezing most days in January. But he says there were plenty of wind chill advisories as well.
Heitkamp says there’s no major snowstorm in the extended forecast but March temperatures are forecast to be below normal.
Heitkamp say two more Alberta Clippers, Thursday and Friday nights, will bring more light snow but no frigid temperature.
A warming trend is expected this weekend into early next week with highs in the 30’s and 50’s.