Rain Today, Snow and Wind Tomorrow

Updated by KSFY Meteorologist Aaron Doudna on Monday, December 22 at 7:16 AM

A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect for portions of northern and central South Dakota at 6 PM CST and last until 6 PM CST Tuesday.

A cold front is pushing through the region this morning. Not only is it bringing colder air and wind with it, but some rain and snow chances. If you’re east of the James River, the precipitation you see today should be mainly rain with the changeover to snow starting later this evening. West of the James, we’ll see the switch to snow happen earlier in the day. Highs today will be in the 30s.

Overnight, any rain we have will change over to snow. Lows will stay pretty steady tonight. Our highs for Tuesday will happen fairly early in the day and fall through the afternoon. We’ll see snow primarily Tuesday morning, but the real problem will be the wind. We’ll see wind gusts up to 30 mph Tuesday causing blowing snow and reducing visibility. Right now, I think we could see up to 5 inches of snow in parts of central South Dakota.

We could see another shot for light snow late Christmas Day into Friday morning as well. After that, we see the temperature drop into the teens over the weekend.

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