Light snow in eastern KELOLAND will move east and southeast this evening. While the amounts of snow will stay light (an inch or less), winds will increase as the snow falls which will create travel problems through the evening. This will be a quick hit of snow, expect a lot of it to be done by eight or nine o’clock. Once the snow leave, clouds will thin out and temperatures will fall to the single digits and teens below zero. Parts of northern KELOLAND (such as Aberdeen) will be close to twenty below.
Wednesday will be sunny and cold with highs in the single digits in eastern South Dakota to the teens and twenties in the central and west. Thursday will be a little warmer with highs returning to the teens and twenties in eastern South Dakota to the thirties in the west. Another clipper will bring a shot of light snow on Saturday for northeast South Dakota as temps remain below average through the weekend.