Low pressure to the east will push colder air back into KELOLAND for Saturday night. Lows in the single digits or colder for eastern KELOLAND while central and west KELOLAND will not be hit as hard, lows in the low to upper 20s.
Sunday looks to be a little colder, highs in the 30s for central and eastern South Dakota and western South Dakota is looking at mid 50s. A widespread light snow event looks to move through the area Sunday night and be gone by early Monday morning. The main issue is timing of the precipitation and whether or not it will be cold enough to sustain snow. As of now, snowfall amounts look to be on the lighter side, dusting to ½ inch for west and central KELOLAND while the eastern side could see up to one inch.