Skies will remain cloudy in eastern KELOLAND with isolated light snow showers and flurries still possible. Anything that falls will remain light with amounts less than an inch. Winds will continue to die down with speeds of five to ten miles per hour for the overnight.
Some areas will start with clouds for Tuesday, and then the sun will come out. The mostly sunny skies will eventually lead to warmer temperatures with highs in the low to middle thirties for eastern South Dakota. Central KELOLAND will warm to the middle thirties and western South Dakota will get to the forties. The warmth will continue into Wednesday with middle and upper thirties in eastern South Dakota to the forties in the central and west.
There’s another chance for snow on Thursday as a clipper moves in from the northwest. This will not have the amount of moisture as readily available as the storm we just went through, but some accumulation will be possible. After this moves through, temperatures will quickly cool to the teens for high on Friday with northern KELOLAND falling below zero Friday and Saturday morning.
The weekend will be dry with warming temperatures.