Cloudy skies along with on and off snow showers and flurries will continue for the rest of the afternoon and early evening. While the amounts from this morning and early afternoon are light, we have had reports of three inches in Murdo and Pierre with Huron reporting one point three inches. A lot of the snow will be finished by sunset in central and eastern KELOLAND, but western South Dakota will have scattered light snow throughout the overnight. Additional snow accumulations in western South Dakota will be around a trace to an inch. Lows will eventually fall to the teens and twenties.
The weekend will be mostly cloudy and cold. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will be in the twenties and thirties with scattered light snow still possible in western South Dakota. The light snow showers will stay south of Interstate 90 as they move east Saturday night. Anything that falls in south central and southeast KELOLAND during that time will stay less than an inch.
Temperatures will remain well below average for next week, but we are seeing signs of forties returning to western South Dakota on Tuesday. Forties will still be hard to come by in central and eastern KELOLAND as we wrap up the end of March.