It won’t be terribly warm on Sunday in the east, but as the week progresses temperatures in the 20s and even some 30s are possible; with even warmer readings out west. We will have a couple of slight chances of snow early in the week and then it is looking pretty dry for the end of the week.
Snow has been ongoing throughout much of the day across a big chunk of KELOLAND. As expected dry air in the northeastern corner of the state has limited snow from Sioux Falls up to Aberdeen into NE KELOLAND. The snow has been persistent across much of the rest of the state with reports of 4-5 inches coming in this afternoon. We also have plenty of blowing snow with winds out of the NW at 15-25. The snow and blowing snow will persist into the evening and early overnight, though most of it should be out of here around midnight. Some blowing will linger tonight before winds switch around to the south. Sunday looks like the start of a warming trend with fairly quiet weather.