SIOUX CITY -- There is a (rather slim) possibility of isolated snow flurries in Siouxland on Friday. 

Lance VandenBoogart, a meteorologist with the Sioux Falls National Weather Service, said the flurries, if they do show up at all, won't amount to much. 

Friday's high temperature is expected to be around 28 degrees, with a Friday night low around 21 degrees. 

On Saturday, the high temperature is expected to be around 33 degrees, with a low Saturday night around 7 degrees. 

Chilly winds out of the North are expected to pick up, and by Sunday morning wind chill values could be as frigid as -12 degrees. 

Snow is also possible on Sunday, but VandenBoogart said it won't amount to much either. 

"Right now, it looks like just a dusting on Sunday," he said. 

"Nothing too exceptional." 

Likewise, on Monday afternoon there could be snow, but probably not much. 

"Just an inch or so for that Monday system," VandenBoogart said, though he cautioned that it is early to make exact forecasts. 


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