Areas of freezing rain continue in northeastern SD into western MN. Roads have been slick and this trend will continue today. Highs will range from the upper 20s in the northeast to the upper 60s in the west. Sioux Falls and Pierre will be in between in the mid 40s. The wind will be strongest in western SD today, NW at 20-45 mph in Rapid City.
Colder air will continue to filter into KELOLAND tonight with lows dropping into the single digits in the northeast. This will lead to a colder day on Saturday for much of central and eastern KELOLAND. The west will be colder too with pockets of light rain possible late in the day.
Sunday will feature a warm front crossing through KELOLAND with a chance of a light mix of precipitation possible. The low pressure center with this system will move into northern SD late in the day and snow will be possible to the north and west of the low track. Much of western, central, and northern SD will be subject to snow and wind Sunday night and Monday. We’ll have more information on this later today.
There is also another chance of rain and snow late next week. We have plenty of time to track where that system goes, so it appears our active weather pattern will continue.