Temperatures will remain well below average Monday with highs in the teens for eastern KELOLAND to the twenties in central and western South Dakota.
Winds will be light, but numerous Wind Chill Advisories are posted for the morning as wind chills will range between minus twenty and minus thirty. Scattered light snow showers will fall in north central and northeast KELOLAND late this morning and afternoon. Any accumulations will stay less than an inch.
We’ll get a break form the light snow tonight as temps fall to the single digits above zero, but the light snow will be back for Tuesday. The light snow will start in north central South Dakota and become more widespread as the day goes on. Tuesday’s snow will average a trace to an inch for many locations in central and eastern KELOLAND. Highs on Tuesday will be in the teens in eastern South Dakota to near thirty in western South Dakota.
The temperatures will slowly warm to near thirty by Thursday in eastern South Dakota to the low forties in central South Dakota and the middle fifties in the west. A quick hit of colder air arrives on Friday. The colder air will also bring a slight chance for light wintry precip on Friday, but Saturday will be dry.
Sunday is the warmest day in the seven day forecast with highs near forty in eastern South Dakota to the middle fifties in the west.