Light snow showers will slowly end this evening and tonight in western and southeast KELOLAND. Additional snow amounts will stay less than a half inch but winds have been increasing resulting in areas of blowing snow. Along with the blowing snow, there have been reports of reduced visibility and slick conditions. The winds will also create wind chills in the teens, twenties, and thirties below zero for tonight. Wind Chill Advisories are in effect for western, south central, and southeast KELOLAND tonight through noon on Wednesday. Actual air temperatures will fall to the single digits and low teens below zero tonight.
Wednesday will remain cold with highs near zero in eastern South Dakota to just above zero in central and western South Dakota. This will happen with a partly sunny sky.
Thursday morning will be the coldest morning this week with lows in the single digits and teens below zero. Highs will also remain cold with temperatures in the single digits.
The weekend will be a little warmer, but we’ll still be well below average with highs in the teens to near twenty. Snow showers will be possible for the weekend, but anything that falls will stay light.