Snow showers will continue in western South Dakota through the afternoon. Nearly two inches has fallen in Rapid City with four inches in Lead. An additional inch will be possible through the afternoon. Central and eastern KELOLAND will have partly cloudy skies through this evening and into tonight. Temperatures will fall to the teens and twenties as winds become light.
A quick moving storm system will slide across KELOLAND on Tuesday. This means we’ll have mostly cloudy skies with a chance for rain and snow. The best chance for the snow will be in northern KELOLAND, while temperatures in the southern half will be warm enough to support rain. Amounts of snow will be light with up to an inch possible. Highs will be in the twenties and thirties.
Much colder air will be here by Thanksgiving with highs in the teens in eastern KELOLAND to the twenties in central and western South Dakota. Strong south winds will help bring in much warmer air for Friday as highs return to the thirties and forties.