UPDATE: Watches and advisories expanded in western SD
Winter weather advisories for central, northern Black Hills; High wind watches for plains
*Winter weather advisories go into effect tomorrow afternoon in the central and northern Black Hills*
*High wind watches go into effect tomorrow afternoon on the western S.D. plains*
TONIGHT: It’s not like it isn’t breezy and snowy already! Tonight will feature scattered snow showers, with accumulations of no more than 1″ in the higher elevations of the Black Hills. Breezy, with winds from the northwest at 10-20 mph, gusting to over 30 at times. Temperatures will be mild, though, with overnight lows in the low 30s.
TOMORROW: Mild with rain showers, possibly mixing with snow. Highs near 50. Windy, with winds from the SW shifting to the NW at 25-35 mph, gusting to 50 at times.
TOMORROW NIGHT: Very windy. Scattered snow showers. Temperatures dropping overnight to the upper teens. Winds from the northwest at 35-50 mph, gusting to over 65 at times. Snow accumulations of fewer than 4″ in the Black Hills, fewer than 2″ elsewhere.
MONDAY and BEYOND: Cold to start the week. Isolated snow showers Monday and windy. Highs Monday in the low 20s. Colder Tuesday, with highs only in the teens. Partly cloudy and cold for the rest of the week. Milder by next weekend, with a chance of snow showers Saturday.