The snow from Monday has exited KELOLAND, leaving behind a fresh coating of white and plenty of slick travel conditions. Here’s a look at snowfall totals from this latest system:
Slow down and allow yourself plenty of extra time to travel. Areas of blowing snow are likely as winds pick up from the northwest at 15-25 mph. In addition, wind chill advisories are in effect for much of eastern KELOLAND through mid-morning.
Here's a look at today's forecast.
A new wind chill advisory goes into effect Tuesday night for parts of southeastern KELOLAND. Lows will be well below zero once again in many areas East River.
We expect more wind on Wednesday from the northwest, so areas of blowing snow will be expected. Temperatures will be warmer, with highs near 40 in Rapid City and mid 20s in Sioux Falls.
Unfortunately, colder weather is on the way on Thursday with highs slipping back into the single digits East River and 20s in the far west. We may see some recovery on Friday, but an even stronger push of colder weather is forecast this weekend along with snow.