For tonight, clouds will build throughout the night. Low temperatures will not be as cold, upper 20s in the east, mid to upper 30s in central and western South Dakota.
Monday is looking to be much warmer, highs back in the 50s and 60s across KELOLAND until a low pressure moves in bringing clouds and another wintry mix event. This could start in the west as early as late Monday afternoon and lasting all day Tuesday. This will start off as rain; we may even see a thunderstorm or two, before it switches over to snow during the overnight hours. Snowfall amounts up to two to four inches are possible on the east side of KELOLAND, west side is looking at one to two inches with this when it’s all said and done but there is still a lot of uncertainty in those numbers. There is still a ton of disagreement in the computer models in how fast the cold air moves in.
Once it is all gone, we’ll begin a warming trend until Friday where another cold rain event will cool KELOLAND back down for a couple days.