Mostly clear skies in KELOLAND this evening will become partly cloudy overnight. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties with light winds. Areas of fog will be possible due to the melting snow and ice from the afternoon. As temperatures fall below freezing, any melting we had will refreeze to give way to slick areas of the roads and sidewalks in the morning.
The partly cloudy skies will continue into Wednesday with temperatures warming to the middle thirties in eastern South Dakota to the forties in central and western South Dakota.
A clipper will move through the upper plains in Thursday. This will increase the clouds and wind while the temperatures decrease. Light snow and flurries will be possible in the colder air behind the front. Any light snow that falls will combine with the wind to create areas of blowing snow, especially in northeast South Dakota. The blowing snow will lead to travel problems with reduced visibilities and slick areas. Be aware of changing weather and travel conditions on Thursday. Highs will be much cooler with numbers in the twenties.
Colder air will pour in for Friday with a slow warming trend expected this weekend. It will be dry through the weekend.