Snow will develop across KELOLAND as the day continues.
Our KELOLAND Weather team predicts the heaviest band of snow will hit Mitchell to around the Brookings area. Snow estimates show three to seven inches could fall Tuesday in that area. Sioux Falls could receive up to four inches of snow.
Deuel County officials have issued a no travel advisory in that area. A combination of heavy snow, low visibility and snow-packed roads forced officials send out this advisory.
Heavy snow already impacted western South Dakota. It created slick travel across the Black Hills early Tuesday morning. It also closed and delayed the start of some schools in the area including Lead-Deadwood, Spearfish and Rapid City. Check out our KELOLAND Closeline for a complete list.
You can send us photos of the snow you're seeing by emailing uShare@keloland, using our KELOLAND News App, your uShare account or #kelowx on social media sites.
The good news is this system won't last long; warmer weather is on the way for Wednesday.