We've had some light snow showers, mainly east of a line from Aberdeen to Brookings to Sioux Falls. Only a few tenths of an inch of snow, and light winds - so they were a mere nuisance.
A bigger issue was the cold air which continues to hang over eastern South Dakota. Highs on Sunday were only in the single digits to teens beneath stubborn clouds. At the other end of the state, Rapid City reached the 50s with sunshine.
But the oft-mentioned early week warm-up is still on tap. We expect upper 20s to the mid-30s in eastern KELOLAND Monday through Wednesday. There will probably be some snow melt! Western South Dakota will see more temps around 50.
Unfortunately, the weekend arctic blast is also still expected, though recent computer models have moved up its arrival.
We've had to lower our forecast highs in the Thursday-Friday timeframe, which may also see some light snow and breezy conditions. Still looks colder than normal for Christmas week.