Storm Center Update - Thursday PM
February 24, 2011, 3:13 PM
Light snow showers will move through eastern KELOLAND tonight with amounts of an inch or two possible. The heavier snow in western and southwestern KELOLAND will slowly come to an end tonight, but amounts here will be heavier. Amounts from Wall to Philip and south will be of the six to twelve inch variety. Rapid City has already received four inches earlier today and they might be able to add an inch or two by Friday morning.
After temperatures fall to the single digits above and below zero tonight, it will remain cold with highs in the single digits and teens on Friday. Saturday’s temperatures are not looking any better as the numbers will remain twenty to twenty-five degrees below average. There’s also lingering chances for light snow on Saturday, but Sunday will be dry.
The temperatures will also be warmer on Sunday with highs returning to the twenties in many locations, but northern KELOLAND will still be stuck in the teens. Temperatures will slowly return closer to average for next week.