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Brandon Spinner, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

Not a bad start to the week, especially for a Monday. Temperatures out there were into the mid-to-upper 40s and low 50s and we had a good amount of sunshine, but that has already started to change with clouds increasing across the area. That cloud cover is already bringing some spots some rain and snow and that will continue overnight tonight, and we will deal with this kind of weather for the next 48 to 72 hours.

Overnight the best chance for snow will be in northern South Dakota and towards the Missouri River as well. Temperatures will be into the mid to upper 20s, but much warmer to the southeast with the low to mid 30s. Where we are warmest we have the best chance at some fog and rain, but if it gets cold enough we might even see some freezing drizzle. Wind should be light through the overnight tonight, but will turn to the north as we move into the morning on Tuesday.

Expect Tuesday to be a gloomy one with temperatures staying into the mid to upper 30s for most. Snow and rain should be gone for the most part, but we could see lingering drizzle as we move into the middle of the day. Another blast of snow showers are possible overnight into Wednesday morning. From there we will clear out and for the most part warm up into the weekend! 30s through Thursday, but as we move into Friday and the weekend we are expecting the 40s, 50s, and 60s!

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