It will be a mostly cloudy and cool day across KELOLAND with highs in the 40s in central and eastern South Dakota to the lower 50s in western South Dakota.
Winds will remain light at five to 15 miles per hour in central and eastern South Dakota to 15 to 25 miles per hour in the west. Scattered light rain will develop after 3 p.m. in north central and western KELOLAND with dry skies remaining in the east.
Light rain will eventually move into eastern KELOLAND later Monday night and mix with light snow before changing to all snow toward sunrise.
Snow amounts will remain light with many locations less than an inch, but some areas in Minnesota may get a little more (around two). The best chance for accumulating snow is from Aberdeen to Sioux Falls and east. Scattered light rain showers will be possible in central and western South Dakota.
Light snow will linger in southeast KELOLAND Tuesday morning, but it will be gone by noon. Mostly cloudy and dry skies can be expected for everyone Tuesday afternoon with highs in the forties and low fifties. Dry skies will then continue through the weekend with slowly warming temperatures.