It’s foggy and cold in the east and milder with isolated snow out to the west. We’ll have a good amount of cloud cover today as the large snow system tracks mostly south of KELOLAND. Already, radar returns have shown the snow pushing into western Nebraska after some in the Hills got a couple inches of snow overnight.
As we’ve been talking about for a while, this storm will be more localized to the far southwest. While a dusting is still possible in much of our area, there is not much moisture to work with. An unfavorable wind direction will also lead to less snow chance. The best shot continues to be along and east of Interstate 90 and in SW South Dakota.
Tonight will be cooler in the west as clouds begin to clear. Sioux Falls and the southeast will be warmer as clouds remain overhead. There is a slim chance of lighter snowfall but only in pockets.
Sunshine should return from west to east tomorrow for some. Rapid City will get a brief warm-up before temperatures drop and then plateau for the workweek. The same storm system will try to pull northeastward late tomorrow which could bring another slight chance of snow back to KELOLAND. This is mainly for NW Iowa but it could clip our eastern metro areas. Our overall chances are pretty low.
We’ll be colder than average this week. Even as March arrives Friday, temps will struggle to clear the middle 30s in most spots!
Late-week sun is likely but these should also be the coolest days of the week.
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