Scattered flurries and light snow showers will continue to move through eastern South Dakota Wednesday morning.
Anything that falls will stay very light and we’re not expecting any accumulations. It should be enough to knock down visibilities for a short period and that should be it. Clouds will remain thick in eastern KELOLAND through much of the day while central and western South Dakota will have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs will range from the low forties in eastern South Dakota to the low fifties in central and western South Dakota.
Thursday is our warmest day in the seven-day forecast. Highs will return to the lower sixties for much of KELOLAND. Winds will be a little stronger in western and south central South Dakota with speeds up to twenty miles per hour with gusts in the mid twenty to near thirty mile per hour range.
Temperatures will slowly fall after Thursday, but many locations will stay above average through Saturday. As the cooler air moves in, scattered light rain and light snow will be possible.