Some parts of KELOLAND could get another taste of winter, but it won't last long and will not be nearly as cold. Low pressure will move over South Dakota on Saturday and may pop up a few rain showers as it moves northeast. Then a cold front will spark a line of showers and thunderstorms on Sunday afternoon.
But with northerly winds bringing cold air to the south faster than the storm will move, the southern parts of KELOLAND may see some snow. The main concern right now is, will the cold air move south fast enough and if it does, how much snow potential is there? As of right now, the southwest looks to get the most and the black hills even more.
But the south central and southeastern parts of the state are looking at minor accumulations right now, accumulations that will melt pretty quickly because next week we are looking at highs in the mid to upper 40s.