Tuesday's temperatures ended up a little warmer than what we had Monday. The warmth will continue for the rest of the week with temperatures not only above average, but above freezing. The warm air will help melt the snow and ice in KELOLAND.
Some of the deepest snow pack is found in east central South Dakota with Watertown at six inches currently on the ground and Huron with four. Much of the rest of KELOLAND lies in the trace to three inches. The exception will be the Hills with a snow depth Tuesday morning in Lead at 10 inches.
The snow depth to our north from central North Dakota to Montana is a little deeper with amounts of five to seven inches being common.
It will be interesting to see how much of this snow is around before the next push of Arctic air early next week. Snow on the ground will play a big factor on how cold we actually get.