Clear skies will hold for the evening and overnight. With light southerly winds, temperatures will not be as cold as this morning, but there will still be areas in northeast KELOLAND that fall below zero. Sioux Falls will be close with a low near zero while central and western South Dakota fall to the single digits and teens.
Wednesday will be warmer with highs in the low to middle thirties for eastern South Dakota while central and western KELOLAND warm to the forties. Light rain and light snow showers will develop in western South Dakota near sunset. The snow will become widespread in western KELOLAND and spread into central and eastern KELOLAND Wednesday night into Thursday. It will reach eastern and southeast South Dakota well after midnight, but before sunrise. Snow will come to an end west to east through the day Thursday. Amounts will stay light with about an inch being average for the southern half of KELOLAND; the northern half will be a little less. Highs on Thursday will be in the teens and twenties.
Isolated snow showers are still in the forecast for Friday and Saturday, but amounts are looking light. Temperatures will remain cold with highs in the teens and twenties.