We have a developing storm headed for the plains the next 24 to 48 hours and it looks like parts of southern and southeastern KELOLAND will receive the first significant snowfall of the season.
First, Monday's weather will feature a few showers as a cold front continues to move east. Amounts will stay on the light side, mainly less than a few hundredths of an inch.
The main storm system will develop late Monday night and Tuesday in southwestern KELOLAND. This system will expand to the northeast through the day as a mix of rain and snow, transitioning to mostly snow by late afternoon and evening in southeastern KELOLAND.
Our first projections account for 3-6” from Yankton to Sioux Falls, extending east into southcentral MN Tuesday afternoon through early Wednesday AM.
Here's a look at some of the FutureScan maps for the next 24-48 hours.
We are getting some new data suggesting a heavier band of 6+" of snow within the area we highlighted on the first map.
Stay tuned for more updates through the day.
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