A light mix of rain and snow will continue through the evening. Not everyone with see a flake or a drop, because the precipitation will remain widely scattered. So, anything that falls will stay light. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties by the morning in eastern South Dakota with low thirties in central and western KELOLAND. Winds will remain breezy this evening and tonight with speeds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour.
The strong winds will lead to areas of blowing snow in northeast South Dakota where Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for tonight.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy and cooler in eastern KELOLAND with highs in the twenties and thirties. Central South Dakota will warm to the forties with fifties in western South Dakota. Light snow will also be possible in northeast and north central South Dakota. Areas from Mobridge to Brookings and east have a chance to pick up an inch worth of snow.
Sunday will bring bigger changes to the temperatures. A strong cold front will move through KELOLAND during the morning to allow for strong northerly winds and colder temperatures. In fact, temperatures will likely fall as we go through the day. Along with the falling temperatures, snow will also fall. The best chance for snow will be in northeast South Dakota where a couple inches can easily fall. The snow will combine with the strong winds to give northeast KELOLAND reduced visibilities. Watch the weather closely as blizzard conditions will be possible on Sunday in northeast South Dakota.
Next week will start cold with lows in the teens below zero for eastern South Dakota and highs only in the single digits. Aberdeen and Watertown will struggle to get above zero on Monday. Temperatures will slowly warm by midweek, but many locations will still be below average.