Sioux Falls Weather: Isolated Stronger Storms and Heavy Rain Expected


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Sioux Falls, SD – A quiet and pleasant day is expected today in Sioux Falls, with temperatures ranging between 76-82°F. Residents can enjoy a break from severe weather, but should prepare for showers and thunderstorms returning to the area on Thursday, continuing into Friday.

According to the US National Weather Service, isolated stronger storms with locally heavy rain are possible during this period. Thursday’s high will be between 74-78°F with a 60% chance of thunderstorms. The weather service advises residents to stay informed about changing conditions.

Friday’s forecast includes a 20% chance of thunderstorms in the morning, with temperatures expected to range from 78-85°F. By Saturday, the weather is predicted to improve, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures between 69-77°F.

Looking ahead, Sunday is expected to be pleasant, with a high of 77°F and partly cloudy skies. The start of the next week brings another round of potential showers on Monday, with a 45% chance of rain and a high of 76°F. Tuesday is forecasted to be sunny and warm, with temperatures reaching up to 84°F.


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