Clouds will slowly thin as we go through this evening and tonight. The areas of light snow in western and south central South Dakota will come to an end this evening. Lows will fall to the twenties.
Saturday will be warm and windy. Highs will reach the fifties in eastern KELOLAND with the sixties being likely in central and western South Dakota. South winds will be on the increase throughout the day with speeds of at least fifteen to thirty miles per hour being common.
As a storm system approaches from the west on Sunday, winds will remain strong from the south and southwest. The winds will help keep our temperatures in the thirties and low forties for Sunday morning while fifties and sixties will remain for afternoon highs. The storm system will spark a couple of scattered rain showers Sunday afternoon in western South Dakota. The rain will eventually move into central and eastern KELOLAND by Monday morning. As colder air filters in behind the system, the rain will change to snow with accumulating snow likely in central and western South Dakota. Along with the snow, strong north winds will blow allowing for reduced visibilities and dangerous driving conditions. Be alert for changing weather conditions on Monday.
Below average temperatures will continue for next week with another round of snow possible on Wednesday.