Another chilly day is ahead in KELOLAND with highs in the lower to middle 20s in many areas. West River areas will see more clouds with some light snow or flurries possible in Rapid City. Winds won’t be too strong from the northeast much of the day at 5-15 mph. The coldest air will remain over Aberdeen with highs around 14.
Snow chances will be on the increase Monday night with lows in the single digits above and below zero. Look for the best chance of snow to stay in the Black Hills. There will be areas of snow again Tuesday, but amounts should stay on the light side. This light snow may even continue into Wednesday as the more significant snow stays well to our south.
We won’t miss the cold weather, however. Highs on Wednesday will struggle to get above zero in most of KELOLAND. Winds won’t be overly strong, but even a moderate breeze will send wind chills well below zero.
A slow warming trend will be ahead by the end of the week, with a chance of more substantial warming by early next week. The new data is showing a chance for widespread 30s and 40s by Tuesday. That's a trend worth watching!