Blowing snow issues overnight have created reduced visibility in parts of northeastern SD. Blizzard warnings will be allowed to expire by 9 a.m., although strong west winds are already starting to decrease. However, a new batch of blowing snow with light new snow will be likely Friday evening again through NE KELOLAND. Winter weather advisories are in effect for Aberdeen and Watertown through 6 a.m. Saturday morning.
Here's a look at FutureScan for the afternoon. Areas of light rain and light snow will be likely north of Sioux Falls as another cold front moves into the region from the north.
Colder weather will be experienced for many areas East River on Saturday, but West River areas will still be very mild in the mid 50s. A developing warm front during the day along the Missouri River Valley will trigger new areas of accumulating snowfall, mainly north and east of Sioux Falls through Saturday night.
We are concerned that blowing snow will be a problem on Sunday as the next clipper system drops through KELOLAND. In fact, a blizzard could develop across parts of the region once again. Strong north winds will be likely at 30-40 mph, so stay tuned for updates on Sunday's weather.
If that wasn't enough, highs on Monday will be below zero East River.