Clouds will thicken this evening and tonight with scattered light snow in western and north central South Dakota. Anything that falls tonight will stay less than an inch. Lows will eventually fall to near zero in eastern KELOLAND to near ten in the central and west.
The snow will move into eastern and southeast KELOLAND for Thursday. The snow will reach Interstate 29 by noon in many locations and continue through the afternoon and overnight. While computer models are not spitting out huge amounts of moisture, areas from Charles Mix County and northeast to Sioux Falls have a chance to pick up two to four inches of snow by Friday morning. Highs on Thursday will be in the teens to near twenty with light winds.
Friday will feature lingering snow in southeast KELOLAND while the rest of the area stays dry. Highs will once again only be in the teens and low twenties.
The cold will last through the weekend with highs in the teens and twenties in central and eastern KELOLAND, while the west will warm to the low thirties.