Clouds have thickened this afternoon and they will stay with us this evening and tonight. There have also been a couple of snow showers in the Hills of western South Dakota, but these have been very light. Lows will once again fall below zero in eastern South Dakota with numerous single digit lows being common. Central and western South Dakota will not be as cold with temperatures falling to the single digits above zero.
It will be warmer on Tuesday with highs in the twenties for eastern South Dakota, thirties in central KELOLAND and forties in the west.
A weak cold front will move through late Tuesday night and into Wednesday. This will spark a couple of light snow showers during that time. The moisture is limited, so anything that falls will stay less than an inch.
Temperatures will then seesaw back and forth for the rest of the work week, but it doesn’t look like we’ll have any big dips in temperatures. There are even a couple of days with above freezing temperatures.
The weekend and into next week should bring a period of prolonged warmth.