There are slick areas in southern KELOLAND this morning due to overnight light snow. While many locations stayed less than an inch in southeast KELOLAND, you can still expect some slick conditions. Western and southwest South Dakota also had light snow during the overnight with amounts near two inches being common. The light snow showers will continue in western South Dakota through the morning and into the afternoon. Temperatures will be cold this afternoon with highs in the single digits to lower teens.
As temperatures fall this evening and tonight, wind chills will fall to the teens and twenties below zero. Wind Chill Advisories are in effect for much of KELOLAND this evening through Tuesday morning. Temperatures for Tuesday morning will be in the teens below zero. While we’ll have sunshine on Tuesday, temperatures will only be a couple degrees above and below zero.
Temperatures will warm on Wednesday to the teens and twenties, but that’s still below average. The teens and twenties will last into Thursday before another hit of cold air arrives for the weekend.