We’ll slowly warm things up through Tuesday before crisper air comes back to the forecast midweek.
Tonight, fog and flurries are both worth watching. Flurries provided a dusting in parts of central and western South Dakota today but the air is drier in eastern KELOLAND. Still, though, there is enough moisture for patchy fog in NE KELOLAND. South winds taking over in the morning should help clear things out but it could take a while with calm winds and an existing snowpack.
By Tuesday we’ll be watching competing systems. Light snow will try to move into North Dakota and will come close to Aberdeen. We have a slight chance in for Tuesday in the NE. The other system could bring some light snows to our far SE counties on Tuesday along with more clouds for the Sioux Falls area (into Wednesday).
Another large system approaches on Wednesday and Thursday. Though some signs point to this still coming into our area, most tools keeps this JUST south of KELOLAND. It could be a case where North Platte and Sioux City get snow, but we just miss out. It is still something worth watching.