Freezing drizzle and freezing rain from the overnight and early this morning in north central and northeast South Dakota has led to some slick areas. Use caution when traveling in northern KELOLAND this morning. Temperatures will warm to the thirties and lower forties in northern KELOLAND later today to get rid of the freezing rain threat, but scattered light rain showers will still be possible. Skies will be dry for much of southern KELOLAND, but light snow showers will develop in the Hills later this afternoon and evening. Any snow that falls will stay light. Lower to middle forties will be common for highs in southern KELOLAND today.
Temperatures will be slightly cooler on Monday with light snow developing in the late afternoon. Moisture is limited, so expect less than an inch of snow. Highs will be in the twenties and thirties for central and eastern South Dakota to the forties in western KELOLAND.
Tuesday will be an average day with highs in the twenties and thirties under partly cloudy skies. There will be another quick hit of warm air on Wednesday with highs in the thirties and forties, but another clipper will bring in colder air on Thursday.