It’s been a snowy Sunday for those along the western SD border. The rest of KELOLAND has been stuck underneath stubborn clouds with a lucky few getting a few glimpses of the sun between the cloud decks. But it looks like clouds will remain over the area tonight as the next round of snow pushes farther into South Dakota.
An area of low pressure is projected to pass to the south through Kansas which puts rain and snow in KELOLAND tonight into Tuesday. This next round of snow doesn’t look like much though; snowfall model projections are in that one to three inch range for most of the area with the northern Black Hills and north of the Black Hills getting a few inches more.
The snow will continue to march eastward tomorrow against the east to northeasterly wind which will only slow the advancement of the snow. The southeast might not even see the snow till Monday night. Monday’s highs will be in the 30s to low 40s.
Eastern KELOLAND will have leftover lingering light snow exiting the area Tuesday. Central and western KELOLAND should have sunnier skies. Afternoon temps will be in the upper 30s to mid-40s again.
Wednesday and Thursday looks sunny with warmer temps returning and highs back in the 40s and 50s. Friday brings the next chance for rain switching over to a rain/snow mix on Saturday.