Snow will continue through the evening in eastern KELOLAND. During the early afternoon, snow has been reported along Highway 14 and north. These areas will continue to get snow with amounts of one to three inches possible. South of Highway 14, the amounts will be around a trace to an inch. There will be scattered slippery spots and reduced visibilities due to the snow through the evening hours. A lot of the snow will be done after midnight and clouds will slowly break. Lows tonight will fall to the single digits and teens…above zero!
Wednesday will be dry with highs in the middle twenties in eastern South Dakota to the middle forties in western KELOLAND. Some of the warmer air in western South Dakota will move into eastern South Dakota on Thursday. Highs will reach the middle thirties in the east on Thursday with breezy southerly winds while central and western KELOLAND warm to the forties and fifties. The warmth won’t last; colder air starts to move in Thursday night. Along with the colder temps, light snow will be possible in western South Dakota. The colder air will last into the first half of the weekend, but the second half will give many of us a taste of spring with highs in the forties in eastern South Dakota to near sixty in the west.