Snow Friday morning is quickly moving southeast. There have been reports of one to three inches worth of snow from Huron to Sioux Falls. The snow is making for a slick commute, so take caution when travelling. The sun will come out later Friday afternoon in eastern KELOLAND as drier air quickly moves in. Despite the sun, temperatures will remain cold with highs in the single digits and teens in eastern KELOLAND. Central and western South Dakota will be warmer with highs near thirty in Pierre to the middle forties in Rapid City.
Another clipper will move through later Friday night to bring another round of light snow. As the clipper moves through, temperatures will remain steady or slowly warm tonight. Light snow will linger on Saturday morning, but drier air will allow for a slow decrease in clouds during the afternoon. Highs on Saturday will be in the thirties.
The thirties will continue into Sunday, but highs will warm to the forties next week with fifties becoming likely in western South Dakota.