Light snow showers and flurries will move through north central KELOLAND early Wednesday morning.
The snow showers will move into eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota after noon, but any accumulation will stay less than an inch. With partly sunny skies in central and eastern KELOLAND, temperatures will be warmer with highs in the middle thirties. Central and western South Dakota will have temperatures in the forties and fifties.
Strong winds will start Wednesday night with speeds increasing to thirty to fifty miles per hour in north central and northeast South Dakota. The winds will pick up any loose snow and create blowing snow along with reduced visibilities. Blizzard conditions will be likely in northeast KELOLAND late Wednesday night and Thursday.
Blizzard Warnings are in effect for northeast KELOLAND during that time. There will also be periods of new snow, but any new snow that falls will stay less than an inch.
Strong winds will be likely for everyone in KELOLAND tomorrow as High Wind Watches and High Wind Warnings are in effect for much of the area due to winds of twenty-five to fifty miles per hour.
Gusts over sixty will also be likely. Temperatures will remain steady or slowly fall during the day, expect early highs in the middle twenties to middle thirties for Thursday.
The winds will dies down Thursday evening and Thursday night as skies clear. Temperatures on Friday morning will be in the single digits for eastern South Dakota to the teens in central and western South Dakota. Friday afternoon will be cold with highs in the twenties in eastern South Dakota to the thirties and forties in the central and west.
The weekend will be dry with warming temperatures. Highs by Sunday will be near forty in eastern South Dakota to the middle and upper forties in central and western South Dakota.