Storm Center Update - Wednesday PM
November 16, 2011, 2:18 PM
Mostly clear skies will continue through this evening and tonight. Lows will eventually fall to the single digits in northern KELOLAND to the teens for everyone else. Skies are looking sunny for Thursday and temperatures will rebound to the forties and lower fifties. While some areas will cool slightly on Friday, southeast KELOLAND might be able to squeeze in the lower fifties with partly cloudy skies.
The weather changes on Saturday. Low pressure will move in from the southwest eventually leading to snow in western, central, and northeast KELOLAND. This is where snow amounts will range from two to five inches. Southeast KELOLAND, from Mitchell to Worthington and south will have a mixture of rain and snow. Be aware of increasing winds on Saturday also. I wouldn’t be surprised for wind speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour. This will allow for low visibilities and poor driving conditions, so use caution when driving on Saturday.
The weather calms for Sunday, but temperatures will be very cold. Highs will only make the lower twenties in northern KELOLAND that day with temperatures near thirty in western South Dakota.