Western KELOLAND will be under the gun for snow this weekend and into early next week, while eastern KELOLAND will have scattered light snow showers. Western South Dakota will have the snow start on Friday night and it might not end until Monday. Snow amounts still need to be worked out, but this might be the weekend western South Dakota gets its snow.
Once this system leaves, much colder air will move in for next week with lows falling well below zero by Tuesday and afternoon highs only in the single digits.
Scattered snow showers will continue in eastern KELOLAND for tonight and tomorrow. The accumulations will stay light with amounts generally staying less than an inch. Tonight’s lows will fall to the teens and twenties while the highs on Thursday will get to the twenties and thirties. Western South Dakota will warm to the forties tomorrow as we have Rapid City’s high at 45.