Snow will continue in northeast South Dakota through the evening. The snow has been causing some slick roadways and reduced visibilities. It is also moving into western Minnesota along with eastern and southeast KELOLAND. The highest amounts will be in northeast South Dakota with one to two inches being common from Aberdeen to Watertown and east. Marshall may also sneak into the one to two inch amount of snow. Isolated light snow showers will also be possible in central South Dakota, but I don’t expect any accumulation. Western KELOLAND will stay mostly dry with periods of light snow possible in the Hills.
The snow will be widely scattered tonight in eastern KELOLAND as temperatures fall to the twenties. Additional snow amounts through the overnight will be less than a half inch.
Isolated snow showers will still be possible on Wednesday in northeast KELOLAND, but amounts will remain less than a half inch. Dry skies should dominate the rest of the area. Temperatures will range from the upper twenties in Aberdeen to the middle thirties in western South Dakota.
A slow warming trend will return on Thursday in central and western South Dakota as highs will reach the upper thirties to middle forties, but eastern KELOLAND will not see those warmer temperatures until Friday. That warmer air will last into Saturday, but there’s also a slight chance for light rain. As colder air filters in on Sunday, some of the light rain will mix with and change to light snow on Sunday.