Clouds will spread north and east overnight tonight. Central KELOLAND could see some of the remnants of the snow from earlier today but snowfall amounts should remain light. Overnight lows will range in the teens.
Clouds will increase throughout the day tomorrow as the next snow maker gets closer. Highs in the 30s once again. Snow could reach parts of southern KELOLAND Sunday evening but most of the region should remain dry tomorrow.
The next snow storm system will hit KELOLAND Sunday night and last into Tuesday. Right now, snowfall estimates are highest in southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa where they could get 12” or more of snow. Snow amounts will trickle down to around 2” or less in western South Dakota. Stay tuned to the Storm Center as this map will be updated at least 3 times before Sunday night to bring you latest weather information and we’ll monitor the location of that heavier band of snow on the east side of KELOLAND.
After the snow storm leaves, a warm pocket of air will move into the Midwest. This will try to bring highs back to the 30s and 40s but depending on how much snow you receive, highs next week could be stuck in the 20s and 30s.