Today will be colder as cold air continues to make its way south, high temperatures in the teens for eastern KELOLAND and 20s for central and western KELOLAND. Clouds will build throughout the day as snow approaches. The snow will start in western KELOLAND late Sunday and move east throughout the overnight hours making it to eastern South Dakota by Monday afternoon and looks to be gone by early Tuesday morning. As of now, snowfall amounts look to be heaviest in the southern part of the state, up to four to five inches with locally heavier amounts; northern part of South Dakota is looking at amounts around one to two inches.
Once the snow is gone, surface high pressure will set up which will give us clear skies for a couple of days and even a warm up on Wednesday, but when the high pressure moves on, temperatures will drop again back into the single digits and teens for the end of the week.