It’s a cool start this morning East River as a snowpack, clearing skies and light winds allowed temperatures to drop. Variably cloudy skies are on the way today with the best sunshine in central South Dakota. We’re also tracking a system with the chance to add more snow for portions of our area. It still looks like the best overall shot for snow is along and south of Interstate 90. A little trough will move through later today into this evening and we’re also watching a southern low.
Rainy mix is already moving through central Montana and Wyoming and should head into far western KELOLAND this afternoon and evening. We’ll start out too warm for snow but that should eventually change as night falls. Some of the moisture will get eaten up as rain but decent snow totals are possible for the Hills. This first wave could move fairly far to the north but it’s looking like a thin line and won’t bring much moisture.
The northern fringes of the Plains system should clip our I-90 areas tomorrow. Computer models keep heavier action in Nebraska and Kansas but a few inches are not out of the question. This still doesn’t pack the punch of our last system but it should last through at least part of Monday.
We’ll keep the clouds Monday into Tuesday with a few other smaller systems tracking through our area. It now looks like a storm could arrive Wednesday so we’ve upped the cloudiness and could be talking snow at a later time.
Most of our temperatures will flat-line from Monday through Friday.
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