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December 12, 2010 06:27 AM

Storm Center Update - Sunday AM

Conditions have improved across all of KELOLAND this morning. Winds are relaxing across the area and areas of blowing snow are subsiding. Roads will still be a bit difficult today as crews continue to clean up and there will likely be some patchy blowing snow especially early. The other big story is the COLD air. Temperatures will struggle to climb above zero today in eastern KELOLAND.

Another much weaker storm will move into KELOLAND tonight. Starting in the west this wave will bring a chance of mixed precipitation to western SD tonight. Central SD will look for snow overnight with the best chance coming in north central South Dakota. We may also have a period of freezing drizzle as the snow moves through central SD. The northeast will then pick up a chance of snow for the morning hours tomorrow. Snow totals of around 1-3 inches are expected. The system will mostly miss the southeast though a few flakes are possible with better chances as you head north toward Hwy 14.

For the rest of the week it will stay pretty cold in the east with warmer temps west. We will have another shot at snow on Wednesday. The rest of the week then looks quiet.

Have a great day!

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