We are still closely watching a system for the end of the week. It looks like it will start late Wednesday with some fog, rain and freezing rain in especially eastern KELOLAND. The precipitation will then continue into Thursday and Friday. The southeast will continue to see a threat of rain and freezing rain while the rest of the state will see a changeover to snow. We will also need to watch out for a dry slot, which is a dry sliver of air that works into the storm. If the dry slot moves into KELOLAND we will likely see limited precipitation for a time. Eventually everyone will see snow and colder temperatures on Friday. The heaviest totals will likely be in central South Dakota. Lesser amounts look likely west because they are on the edge of the storm and lesser amounts in the east because of the rain. Snow will linger into the day on Saturday with cold temperatures and dry air for Sunday.
I have to reiterate that this storm is still several days away and the stuff you read above is certainly subject to change in the coming days. Stay tuned for the latest here at KELO.
Brrrr! It was a cold day in the east today with highs only in the single digits. Temperatures were very different out west where they made it into the 40s today! Into the week everyone will see nice temperatures and dry skies with sunshine.