KSFY Severe Weather Team Forecast
More Cold and Snow This Week
2/18/2019 | From KSFY Television Meteorologist Shawn CableWe will get a brief break from the snow today, but our snowy, cold weather pattern will continue this week and into the upcoming weekend.
Today will be mostly cloudy with gradual clearing this afternoon. High temperatures will remain in the single digits to teens, which is well below our average high of 32 degrees.
Our next chance of snow will roll in late tomorrow and continue tomorrow night into Wednesday. This one will bring another 2 to 4 inches of accumulation to much of Southeastern South Dakota, Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa. Snowfall will be considerably lighter across Central and Northern South Dakota.
We are watching yet another system that could bring measurable snow to much of our region late this week into much of the upcoming weekend. This one is still five days away, so it's too early to get specific with the storm track or snowfall totals. But again, there is the possibility of measurable snow. If you have weekend plans, I wouldn't make any changes at this point, but definitely keep an eye on the forecast. We'll have updates as we get closer.
Unfortunately I don't have much good news regarding temperatures, either. We are going to stay cold through the week, the weekend and beyond. We will warm slightly - into the low to mid 20s - later this week, but that's still well below average for this time of year.