After a warm spring day, parts of KELOLAND have rain, with a little mix of snow, in the forecast. As we go into the overnight hours, rain will start in the west and slowly move to the east. Reaching south central South Dakota around after 3AM, and reaching the eastern side of the state in the late morning hours. Majority of the rain should be contained south of I-90 but there may be a few scattered showers reaching central and northeastern KELOLAND.
The rain looks to switch over to a rain/snow mix in the late morning hours. As far as snow accumulations, 1 to 3 inches are possible in the southwestern side of the state and along the South Dakota and Nebraska border with more in the Black Hills. Up to 1 to 2 inches in south central KELOLAND, and the southwest corner is looking at a trace to 1 inch. The radar looks to be clear by the Sunday evening.
Monday’s highs will be in the low 40s across KELOLAND with a big warm up on Tuesday, temperatures reaching the mid to upper 50s. Cooler and rainy on Wednesday, highs back in the mid to upper 40s. Thursday – Saturday, mostly cloudy skies with a chance for rain on Friday for the eastern side of the state. High temperatures slowly rising to the mid to upper 50s by Saturday.