Widely scattered light rain and light snow showers will continue to move in from the south. Most locations will pick up less than a tenth of an inch of rain, but the Hills of western South Dakota will have a chance to pick up a couple inches of snow. Pockets of freezing rain/drizzle will be possible north of I-90. Lows Monday night will fall to the 20s and 30s.
The wintery mix will continue into Tuesday. Areas north of I-90 and east of Highway 81 will have a chance to pick up an inch or two of snow through the morning hours. Temperatures will warm to the middle to upper 30s later in the afternoon with east/northeast winds of ten to 20 miles per hour.
The rain and snow chances will continue into Wednesday, but temperatures will be slightly warmer with highs near 40 for many locations.
The warming temperatures will continue for Thursday and through the weekend with highs returning to the 50s for the weekend. This will happen with dry skies.