Frost on window

Daytime high temperatures at least 15 degrees below normal, according to Tim Masters, a technician with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls.

SIOUX CITY | With high temps at least 15 degrees below normal this week in Siouxland, Tim Masters, a technician with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls, has a piece of advice.

"Bundle up," he said.

"While Sioux City might see a few flakes of snow during the first part of Monday morning, little accumulation is expected," Masters said. "However, a frontal boundary will keep conditions unseasonably chilly."

Sioux City's forecast high of 39 degrees on Monday is much cooler than the low 50s, which is what the normal high should be.

Overnight lows will also be cold. Monday night's low should be in the mid-20s.

With partly sunny skies, Tuesday will be even cooler. Expect a daytime high of 35 and an overnight low of 17.

Wednesday's temps will rebound a bit. Expect a high near 47 and a low of 24.

Highs for Thursday and Friday will be in the 30s and the lows will be slightly above or slightly below 20.

"Mostly sunny skies and lack of precipitation will make things a bit more manageable," Masters said. "The forecast for next week will be closer to average but this week is looking pretty cold." 

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