Light snow is falling in eastern KELOLAND Tuesday morning.
We’ve had just enough in some spots to give a light white coating. The light snow will continue into the late morning with dry skies expected for the afternoon. Most snow amounts will stay less than one inch.
Light rain showers are falling in the plains of western South Dakota, most of these will also be gone by the afternoon.
Temperatures will range from the 30s in eastern South Dakota to the 40s in western South Dakota.
There’s another clipper in the works for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. This system is looking much like the one that is currently moving through. So expect another round of light rain and light snow Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Snow amounts up to an inch will be possible. Highs on Wednesday will remain below average with 40s being common in central and eastern KELOLAND.
Once that system moves through, skies will be dry for Thursday through Sunday. Along with the dry skies, many locations will warm to the fifties by Friday.