Expect below zero lows once again tonight with teens below being common in northern South Dakota. Winds will start to subside as the evening goes on to speeds of five to fifteen miles per hour. Despite the lighter winds, wind chills in the teens and twenties below will continue for the overnight and into Wednesday morning.
Wednesday will be sunny and warmer. The warmth will be accompanied by strong westerly winds of fifteen to thirty miles per hour. The winds will be able to create areas of blowing snow, so slick spots and reduced visibilities will once again be possible for Wednesday. Highs will reach the twenties in eastern South Dakota to the thirties in central and western South Dakota.
Another shot of cold air returns for Thursday with highs in the single digits in eastern South Dakota to the teens and twenties in the west. The cold air will stick around for the weekend with chance for snow Friday through Sunday.