Scattered flurries and light snow will continue to move through northeast and western South Dakota. Current radar echoes show the light snow in southern Brown, Spink, and Clark Counties moving southeast. There are also radar echoes in the Black Hills, these are also moving southeast. While I don’t expect much (if any) accumulation, visibilities will be reduced as the snow moves through. Mostly clear skies will continue through the evening in southeast and central KELOLAND. With clear to partly cloudy skies tonight, lows will fall to the single digits below zero in northeast South Dakota to the single digits above in the southeast. Central and western South Dakota will have lows in the teens.
Wednesday will be dry with partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will remain below average with a high of 20° in Aberdeen, 27° Sioux Falls, 34° Pierre, and 43° in Rapid City. With cold air in place, snow will be possible starting Thursday in western and central South Dakota. The snow will move east Thursday night into Friday as highs remaining in the twenties and thirties.
There are new indications for snow this weekend in eastern KELOLAND on Sunday. We’ll probably throw that chance in with the updated forecast this afternoon. In the meantime, temperatures will remain at least ten to fifteen degrees below average through the weekend.