Skies will be partly cloudy tonight with lows falling to near zero in central and eastern KELOLAND. While we’ll have sunshine Saturday, temperatures will remain ten to fifteen degrees below average with highs in the teens and twenties. Sunday will feature an increase in cloud cover with developing light snow in western and south central South Dakota. The snow will move through much of KELOLAND Sunday night and Monday. At this moment, there will be amounts of at least three inches possible. The exact track of the storm will be worked out over the weekend, so we’ll have a better handle on where some of the heaviest snow will fall during that time. After Monday’s snow, we might have another hit of lighter snow around mid-week.
It will remain dry and cold through the weekend, snow returns on Monday.