Another warm spring day across KELOLAND on this Saturday, temperatures topping out in the 60s for much of the state with mid 70s in the southeast corner of South Dakota. A cold front will move through KELOLAND bringing rain this evening in the west and as we go into the overnight hours, the rain looks to switch over to a rain and snow mix and move east along the South Dakota and Nebraska border.
As far as snow accumulations, a couple inches are possible south of I-90 and along the South Dakota and Nebraska border with more in the Black Hills. The rain looks to be gone by the evening hours Sunday.
What snow that does accumulate shouldn’t last long because temperatures will be in the mid to upper 40s for the rest of the work week. The next chance for precipitation is Wednesday afternoon into the overnight hours into Thursday morning.