One last band of snow making its way through eastern South Dakota. Light to moderate snow has been falling big flakes at times but we’re still expecting to max out in that one to two inch range. The NE tip of South Dakota into western Minnesota might see a little more. A winter weather advisory continues for Watertown to the north until 6 p.m.
Then attention turns to Christmas Day. A westerly or northwesterly wind might get a little strong during the afternoon, in the 15-20 mph range, so there might be some pockets of blowing snow. But the good news is, it will be a little warmer. Temps in the 20s East River to the 30s in the West, with partly to mostly sunny skies.
We’ll get a brief shot of cold again on Thursday, with highs mainly in the teens. Then a little warmer Thursday and Friday. Other than Tuesday’s flakes, no big snow systems on the way.