Clouds have been clearing this afternoon so tonight we are looking at clear and cold night as a cold high pressure moves over KELOLAND. Overnight lows will fall well below zero for most of the region.
The atmosphere should remain quiet tomorrow with sunshine and chilly temperatures. Highs will be in the teens to low 20s Wednesday with calm south winds.
Weather computer models are in pretty good agreement for another snow event Thursday that will move in from the south. Broad-brush snowfall estimates are one to four inches for central and east KELOLAND. Central SD will be in the lower end of that range while the east and especially northeast, will be in the higher end of that range. Stay tuned into the Storm Center as we fine tune the details. Thursday’s afternoon temps will be in the teens and 20s.
Friday and the weekend is looking slightly warmer with 20s and 30s expected. The southeast has some potential for another round of passing light snow on Saturday.
Big thanks to all those volunteers in KELOLAND who helped document this storm and sent in snow reports. Here are just a few: