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Aaron Doudna, KDLT Morning Meteorologist
A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect at 9 p.m. for parts of south central South Dakota and northern Nebraska and last until midnight Saturday. Total snow accumulation during the period of three to six inches is expected.
We'll be partly to mostly cloudy for our Thursday. Highs will be in the teens and 20s with a light wind.
If you're sick of the snow, I have bad news for you. We could see some more snow as we head into the late evening and overnight hours across the region. By Friday morning, some of us could see another inch or two of new snow. There may be a little more snow across parts of southern South Dakota around Yankton.
More chances of snow will increase across the region Friday. Snow should develop across central and northern South Dakota late Friday morning and last into the evening hours. Parts of the tri-state area could see some of this snow move in Friday evening. Late in the evening Friday, it's possible we could see some rain or even a little mixed precipitation across parts of northwestern Iowa and southern Minnesota.
It looks like we could see a short break Saturday morning before another potential round of wintry weather comes in Saturday. Right now, I'm thinking we could see some more snow from Watertown to Huron to Lake Andes and points east starting late Saturday morning and lasting into Saturday evening.
Models are still very uncertain on the track of this Saturday storm. Some models even have this storm completely missing our region. I still think we're going to see some snow Saturday with some of us seeing three to six inches of fresh snow fall, locally more. We'll keep our eyes on this system as we head into the weekend.
After this next round of snow, temperatures will cool off. Highs will drop back into the single digits and teens across the region by Sunday. Sunday looks to be breezy, too. There may be another quick shot of snow Monday, but it doesn't look like we'll see a lot.