Strong winds will continue through the evening and then subside for the overnight. In the meantime, blowing snow will continue in eastern South Dakota, Minnesota, and Iowa. Be aware of reduced visibilities and slick conditions in these areas. Clear skies will continue through the evening and overnight with parts of KELOLAND falling to the teens and low twenties below zero.
Another mostly sunny day is in store for Thursday but highs will be much colder than today. Single digit highs can be expected in eastern South Dakota with teens in central KELOLAND and the 20s in the west.
There’s another round of snow in the works for the weekend. Some of the snow will start on Friday in western South Dakota and southeast KELOLAND. More widespread snow moves through on Saturday. Models are ranging with moisture amounts of around a tenth of an inch to as much as a quarter inch. This can translate to two to four inches of snow in southern half of KELOLAND while amounts to the north will be lighter. Details on exactly who gets what will be sorted as the weekend gets closer.