It’s a calmer forecast for most on this Sunday. Snow still sits along the South Dakota/Iowa border and will continue to do so over the next few hours. That secondary band leap-frogged most of the Sioux Falls area, although the airport did record snowfall for a couple of hourly readings.
If you are heading south along I-29 today, take note that Sioux City and points south saw more snow, with some picking up more than four inches.
We’ll keep the breeze and overcast skies around for much of the day in the far east. High pressure starts arriving from Montana and that will lead to some clearing starting in NW South Dakota. The blue skies will likely cross the Missouri but past that clouds will be more stubborn.
It will be a chilly night with calmer winds but by tomorrow that all changes. Strong winds return in just a matter of hours to the Black Hills. There will be some isolated moisture in the SW and NE corners of KELOLAND but this is not looking too widespread at this point.
A cold push of air midweek could bring about another round of snow to the Aberdeen area on Wednesday. There is also a chance of rain or snow next Saturday for many of us.
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