A clipper will move in from the northwest today to bring snow in north central and northeast KELOLAND.
Aberdeen to Watertown and east will pick up one to three inches of snow. The snow will also extend into west central Minnesota with two to three inches possible in Marshall. Winds will remain light as the snow falls. High temperatures will range from the teens in eastern South Dakota to near forty in Rapid City.
Another round of snow will move through extreme southwest and south central KELOLAND late tonight into Wednesday. This will occur with highs in the teens and twenties and light winds. Snow amounts of one to three inches will be possible in these areas.
While Thursday will remain cold, there’s a slow warm-up in the works for Friday and the weekend. Highs will return to the twenties and thirties in eastern South Dakota while forties will be possible in central and western KELOLAND. Western South Dakota even has a chance to hit sixty on Friday.