Snow will continue through the morning in southwest and south central KELOLAND. Light northeast winds are making it difficult for the snow to move into southeast South Dakota. Expect the snow to continue to battle the dry northeast wind this morning.
This should keep the higher end totals of snow away from southeast South Dakota but we still expect amounts of 3-6″ being common in southwest and south central KELOLAND.
Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for southern KELOLAND this morning.
The best chance to see any sunshine today is in northern South Dakota. Expect highs in the teens and 20s today.
I don’t expect any snow tonight or tomorrow.
Lows tonight will fall to the single digits and teens.
Highs tomorrow will be in the 20s and 30s.
Eyes are on the weekend as a classic March storm will roll through. Winter Storm Watches are already in effect for central and eastern KELOLAND this weekend. There will be areas that receive at least 4 inches of snow. We’ll have a better handle on how much you can expect later today. Strong northwest winds are also looking likely, so expect blowing and drifting snow.
Temperatures in southeast KELOLAND will be watched closely as there will be a mixture of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow. The rain/snow line will slowly move south during the day to eventually become all snow later in the afternoon.