A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for northeast KELOLAND from 6AM to Noon today. Wind Chill Values from -25 to -35 are possible.
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Cold air is sinking into the upper Midwest so you can generally expect temperatures to drop throughout the day. Afternoon temperatures in the single digits for eastern KELOLAND, teens for central South Dakota and mid to upper 20s will be found in the west.
Clouds will increase for eastern KELOLAND this evening as some light snow drifts into the area. Accumulations will be small; one to two inches are possible for northcentral and northeast South Dakota. The southeast is expected to see some snow but accumulations are expected to be less than one inch.
A few leftover snow flurries for Sunday morning but clearing out in the afternoon, shortly afterwards, the clouds will follow. Afternoon temperatures in the 20s to 30s across the state with a few low 40s in the west.
Another round of cold air will hit the Midwest in the middle of the week. Right now, highs could drop to the single digits to teens. Then the end of the week, the cold air will move out allowing highs to recover back to the 30s and 40s.