A High Wind Warning has been issued for western KELOLAND where wind gusts have been in the 50s and 60s. A Wind Advisory has been issued for a good portion of the rest of KELOLAND where wind gusts have been in the 40s to near 50 mph. These both went into effect this morning and are set to expire this evening.
Tonight, partly to mostly cloudy skies will remain with a continued chance for the isolated flurries mainly in eastern KELOLAND. Winds will continue to be breezy with sustained winds still in the 20s and 30s with gusts near 40.
By Monday, it should be cold enough in KELOLAND to support mainly snow with highs only in the 20s, right now southeast and western South Dakota have the best chance to see some flurries mainly in the morning. There is a chance for accumulating snow in the Black Hills but anywhere else will see minor accumulating snow. Winds will be an issue again so I won’t be surprised if another Wind Advisory will be issued for Monday as well.
There is another chance for snow Tuesday afternoon into the evening, current snowfall projections are up to an inch. Tuesday’s highs are expected to range in the 30s.
The rest of the week will be a slow cool down with Thanksgiving being the coldest day.