Rain and snow will continue to move through KELOLAND Tuesday morning.
There have been periods of heavy snow in western and east central South Dakota, so be aware of slushy road conditions in those locations. The wintery mix will move southeast through the morning and into the afternoon. Snow amounts of one to two inches will be possible in eastern South Dakota, while western South Dakota will have two to five inches. Amounts will be higher in the Hills with six to ten possible.
Winter Storm Warnings are posted for the Hills until noon while Winter Weather Advisories are out for the plains of western and northwest South Dakota. Temperatures will remain steady today or slowly fall during the afternoon as north winds blow at fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour.
There will be scattered snow during the overnight in eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota, but additional amounts will stay less than a half inch. Lows Tuesday night will fall to the twenties.
The cold will stick for Wednesday with highs in the thirties in eastern South Dakota but forties and low fifties will be common in central and western KELOLAND. Winds will not be as strong on Wednesday with speeds of five to fifteen miles per hour.
Thursday will warm to the low and middle fifties across KELOLAND, but we’ll slowly cool after that. Highs for the weekend will be in the thirties and forties with slight chances for rain or snow.