Cold air will continue to take hold of KELOLAND for tonight. Lows will fall to the single digits to near ten below with partly cloudy skies. Winds will remain light at five to ten miles per hour, so wind chills will be in the teens below to at times twenty below zero.
Saturday will remain below average with highs in the teens and twenties. Light snow will be possible in western South Dakota later in the afternoon and evening. The light snow will move into central and eastern South Dakota Saturday night and into Sunday morning. Models are not spitting out much for moisture, so I expect the snow will stay less than an inch.
Another shot of cold will move in behind the snow with highs on Sunday only in the single digits and teens. The cold will stay for Monday, but slightly warmer air will return on Tuesday with highs in the twenties and thirties. Christmas Day is looking dry with highs a couple of degrees below average.