As the low pushes northeast of the area the winds will really start to howl on the backside. We will easily see winds top 50 mph on Tuesday and Wednesday in central and western South Dakota. Temperatures will also nosedive into Wednesday. Chances of precipitation will be greatest across the north on Tuesday and Wednesday and with the cool temperatures Tuesday night into Wednesday could bring the first snow showers of the year to KELOLAND.
The system will push away from the area late Wednesday with quieter conditions for the end of the week and next weekend. Temperatures will also start to climb.
If you had outdoor plans this weekend our weather actually cooperated for the most part. We did have scattered showers around again early today and it was of course cloudy and cool but it definitely could be worse and it looks like it WILL get worse this week. A strong area of low pressure will move north of the area over the next few days. That low will bring a chance of showers to the area tomorrow. The best chance looks to be in the east during the afternoon and evening hours. Shower chances will be more scattered across the rest of the state.