Light snow showers will continue in western South Dakota through the evening and into tonight. Periods of light snow can also be expected in south central South Dakota. Anything that falls will stay light with amounts around an inch possible. Lows will fall to the teens and twenties.
Wednesday will be cloudy with isolated showers in eastern KELOLAND while central and western South Dakota will have a better chance for light snow. Any snow that falls on Wednesday will stay less than an inch. The precipitation will encompass the southern half of KELOLAND Wednesday night and into Thursday. This will be another wintery mix round, but it will be farther south than Monday’s storm. While things should stay light on Thursday, there’s a better chance for heavier snow Thursday night and Friday. The best locations to get the heavier snow will be from Yankton to Marshall and east. At the moment, I would be surprised to see some of those areas pick up three inches of snow.
Temperatures will remain below average for the rest of the week with highs in the thirties and forties. There are signs of a warm-up for the weekend.