Light snow will quickly move through KELOLAND this evening and tonight. Many locations will get less than an inch and it will be over by Wednesday morning. Lows will fall to the single digits below zero in northern South Dakota with single digits and teens above zero for the southern half.
Wednesday’s temperatures will be much like today with highs in the twenties in eastern South Dakota to the thirties in central South Dakota and the forties in the west. This will happen under partly cloudy skies.
Thursday will be warmer with highs reaching the thirties in eastern South Dakota. Forties and fifties will still be found in central and western South Dakota. Winds will be strong in western KELOLAND on Thursday with speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour.
Another hit of colder air will move in on Friday with highs returning to the twenties in eastern South Dakota. There’s also a slight chance for a light snow as the cold air moves in but amounts will be under an inch.
The warmth will return to eastern KELOLAND this weekend with a slight chance for a light wintery mix in eastern South Dakota on Saturday. Sunday will be dry with highs near forty in eastern South Dakota to the low fifties in central and western South Dakota.