Forecast: Increasing Clouds, Snow to the West
From First Alert Weather Center Meteorologist Aaron Doudna
We'll see increasing clouds as we go through the rest of our Monday. Temperatures won't be too bad, though. Everybody should still get into the 30s this afternoon. A Winter Weather Advisory will be going into effect for parts of central South Dakota later this afternoon and last until Tuesday afternoon. Light snow will develop later today out west and the wind will pick up causing reduced visibility.
Light snow will continue tonight and spread to the east as we head through the day on Tuesday. Most of the accumulating snowfall should remain in central South Dakota. Some places along and west of the Missouri River could see 3 to 6 inches of snow. In the eastern part of the region, snowfall accumulations look like they'll be very light. Most of us will see less than an inch of snow.
Cooler air will settle in for the middle of the week. Highs will drop into the upper teens to the north with low 20s in the south. Temperatures will warm up by the weekend, though! Some of us could be pushing 40 again by Sunday.
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