The Clipper Strikes Back: Multiple small systems expected through next week
Light snow, chilly temperatures and breezy conditions will move through the Black Hills Region multiple times through next week
- Chilly but overall dry conditions once again this morning, with single digits and teens across the area.
- A few flurries will be possible in Rapid City and other areas, with snow showers in the higher elevations today.
- Temperatures could reach the mid-30s towards the South Dakota plains, with low to mid 20s for highs in Northeast Wyoming and the Black Hills
- Thankfully, sunshine will help makes things feel a *bit* warmer.
- Partly Cloudy skies will move through Western portions of our area with snow showers on occasion.
- West River will see mostly sunny skies with a chance for a few flurries, no impacts expected from those scattered snow showers in the hills today.’
- Thursday is a different story, with a distinct cold front bringing breezy, chilly and snowy conditions to a large portion of the region.
- Light snow and minimal impacts are expected – with perhaps a few patchy areas of snow burst activity.
- The Big Horns once again will receive larger accumulations, with the rest of the area expecting light accumulations overall.
- The Northern Hills could see some upslope enhancement – placing totals in the 3″-6″ range which could lead to snow covered roads and slick spots.
- A light band could develop out towards the Eastern portions of our area – which could leave 1″-3″.
- Overall, conditions will be chilly, breezy and relatively dry with periods of light snow over the next couple of days.
- Next week brings more chances for clipper system, with a chance for a big shift going into next week.