Clouds and light snow will continue to exit southeast KELOLAND this evening with another round of clouds and light snow tonight in central South Dakota. Accumulations will remain light with amounts less than an inch expected. Lows will hit the single digits above and below zero in eastern KELOLAND to the teens in central and western South Dakota.
The light snow will exit central and south central South Dakota during the morning. Warmer weather will arrive this weekend with highs in the twenties and thirties in eastern South Dakota to the forties and fifties in the central and west. The warmth will continue into Sunday with widespread thirties in eastern South Dakota to the middle forties in Pierre and the lower fifties in the west.
Cooler weather will arrive early next week with temperatures falling below average starting Monday. The coldest day will most likely be Tuesday with highs only in the single digits and teens in eastern KELOLAND to the twenties in the central and west.
With the cold air in place, we’ll have to watch a storm system for the middle to end of next week. Snow will be likely with this system in central and western South Dakota starting Wednesday, then move into eastern KELOLAND on Thursday.