Freezing rain and sleet will be scattered in northeast KELOLAND through the evening, this will allow slick conditions to continue through the overnight. An isolated shower or two will move south of Highway 34 tonight, but anything that falls will remain light. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties.
Saturday will be cloudy and cool. Highs will only be in the twenties and thirties in central and eastern KELOLAND. Western South Dakota has a chance for rain showers with highs in the middle forties.
Another clipper will move through the upper plains on Sunday. This will allow for thick clouds and a wintry mix. The best chance for the wintry weather will be in northern KELOLAND late Sunday afternoon into Monday. Temperatures will warm slightly ahead of the clipper with highs in the fifties and forties in western and central South Dakota to the upper thirties in southeast South Dakota and upper twenties in northeast South Dakota.
Once the system passes, cooler than average temperatures will be felt in central and eastern South Dakota through Wednesday. Temperatures will be returning to average in western South Dakota by Tuesday.