Light snow will end in eastern and southeast KELOLAND by this evening with additional amounts being less than a half inch. At the same time, snow will develop in northwest South Dakota and travel southeast for the overnight.
Snow will continue into Tuesday with amounts of one to two inches possible by Tuesday evening. Lows tonight will fall to the single digits above and below zero. Tuesday’s highs will remain cold with numbers struggling to hit ten degrees. Western South Dakota will be warmer with highs in the twenties.
Yet another round of snow will move through Tuesday night into Wednesday. This round will be responsible for another one to up to three inches of snow as highs remain in the single digits and teens for highs. The snow will come to an end Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night.
Snow amounts of one to two inches possible for tonight and tomorrow.
Total snow amounts for tonight through Wednesday morning will be around two to three inches.
Thursday will be another cold day with highs near zero in eastern South Dakota to the teens in central South Dakota and the twenties in the west. Friday will be warmer with highs returning to the twenties in eastern South Dakota to the middle forties in western South Dakota. Saturday will remain dry with highs in the twenties and thirties. The next chance for snow will be Sunday.