Today will be the beginning of another cold spell in KELOLAND. Cold front came through earlier in the week and we are going to feel it today. High temperatures in the mid to upper 20s across South Dakota, but winds won’t be too bad, 10 to 20 mph from the North. Southwest KELOLAND will see snow today lasting for a good portion of the day, looks to be gone by Sunday morning. Snowfall amounts 1-3” with more in the Black Hills.
Sunday, we’ll be a little warmer, highs in the 30s. Clouds will build throughout the day along with calmer winds from the north, 5 to 10 mph.
The next significant snow event for KELOLAND is coming early Monday. This will hit western, central, and southeastern South Dakota. As of now, snowfall amounts could get up to two to three inches.
Afterwards, a slow warming trend bringing us back into the 40s and 50s by Wednesday. Small chance for another rain/snow mix on Thursday.