The return of sunshine Thursday afternoon

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(KTIV) – It was a chilly start to our Thursday with temperatures dipping into the 20s in some of our western cities.

Breezy northwest winds made it feel that much colder.

We’ve been slowly clearing the cloud cover away late in the morning and by the afternoon we will some sunny skies!

We’ll still be a bit chilly though with highs in the mid 40s and those breezy winds staying in place.

Clouds increase again in the evening and by Friday morning we will be looking at some light rain and snow showers; no accumulation of snow will take place as the ground is warm enough at this point to melt the light frozen precipitation we do see.

A rain shower or two will be possible in the afternoon as well but, after that, the forecast turns dry.

Saturday we see temperatures climb into the 50s before a front passes through and knocks us into the 20s Saturday night.

We only look to recover to around 40 on Sunday but slowly warm temperatures through the work week.

Jaret Lansford

Jaret Lansford

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STORM TEAM 4 FORECAST
Sioux City
37°
Yankton
36°
Spencer
35°
Norfolk
41°
Storm Lake
Denison
37°
Patchy dense fog followed by very pleasant afternoon

Patchy dense fog followed by very pleasant afternoon

Once we clear this fog around mid-morning, we will be looking at an excellent day with lots of sunshine and

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