Rain will continue through the day. Snow will be likely in the Hills of western South Dakota.
With the clouds and rain, expect afternoon temperatures in the 40s to near 50°.
Snow will mix in with the rain for eastern KELOLAND late this evening and tonight. While many locations will not see accumulations, there will be isolated spots with an inch of snow by tomorrow morning. The best chance for snow accumulation will be in western Minnesota.
Total rain amounts of at least a half inch will blanket central and eastern KELOLAND. There will be amounts of an inch or more in southern KELOLAND (along and south of Interstate 90).
Clouds will slowly decrease for tomorrow and temperatures will hit the 50s for afternoon highs. That’s well below the climate average highs of the middle to upper 60s.
Friday will be dry with temperatures warming to the 60s, but Saturday will bring another round of scattered showers.
Mother’s Day will be dry with highs in the middle 60s.
Mild temperatures will return early next week with highs in the 70s for Monday and Tuesday. But cooler air will move in for next Wednesday as well as a chance for rain.