Another spring storm is headed towards KELOLAND.
Our meteorologists predict it could dump up to ten inches of snow in some areas. The heaviest band will hit the Marshall, Minnesota, area. Locally, we could receive anywhere from three to eight inches.
Your drive home Thursday night could be tricky, as the wind will increase from the north. That could add to driving issues on the roads.
Ranchers are taking time Thursday morning to prepare for this storm. Gregory County rancher Patrick Shaffer says he's getting his cattle ready for the storm by making sure the animals have a good wind break, clean, fresh bedding and their checking them more often.
This is the second storm this week. A system that passed through the state late Sunday into early Tuesday dumped several inches of snow in western and northeastern South Dakota.
But, once this system leaves, warmer weather will return for the weekend with highs back in the 40s and 50s.