We have more blowing snow in northeastern KELOLAND around Summit, Sisseton, Watertown and Brandt.
These higher elevation areas will be prone to blowing and drifting snow Friday morning with winds up to 40 miles per hour. The winds should be breezy elsewhere in the 10-20 miles per hour range.
Highs will be in the 30s in many areas East River, with 40s across the west. The mild weather will continue tonight ahead of a developing low pressure system that will bring areas of freezing rain, sleet and snow to northern and western KELOLAND overnight. Temperatures will remain warm enough tomorrow for a mixed bag of precipitation tomorrow. We'll be monitoring the strength of this system and just how much snow it may produce. Right now, it looks like mainly 1-3 inches of snowfall in KELOLAND. There are some indications of locally heavier totals in the northern half of KELOLAND. We'll keep a close eye on the forecast through the day.
The other story is the arctic cold front set to arrive late Sunday and Monday. The north wind behind it could produce some areas of patchy blowing snow into Sunday night.