Updated: Feb 13
An interesting storm system looks to bring precipitation, starting on Tuesday and continuing into Wednesday.
At this time, temperatures look warm enough to support rain showers across eastern South Dakota on Tuesday. Then as colder air moves into the area, the rain looks to change to snow by Tuesday night. Snow chances will push into Wednesday before clearing by Wednesday afternoon/evening.
Simulated Radar (EURO Model):
Snowfall amounts look the heaviest across the northern Black Hills, where 6-12 inches are possible. Most of the state will receive under two inches of snow, with the northeast possibly seeing some isolated higher amounts.
Forecast Snowfall Maps:
With this storm system, the winds look to increase as well. Here is a look at wind gusts for Tuesday afternoon.
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