A storm system looks to bring some changes in the weather for the second half of the work week. A cold front will push across the state tomorrow bring chances of rain with the best chances of accumulations across central and eastern, South Dakota.
Once the rain moves out by late Wednesday, strong northwest winds will push behind the precipitation filtering much colder air by Thursday and into Friday.
Wraparound snow will then move into the region by later Thursday and continue the first part of Friday. Some travel issues are possible with reduce visibilities when snow begins to a fall and be blown around from the healthy northwest winds.
Snow accumulations do not look heavy but areas may see some white grounds by Friday. Mainly snow amounts of around an inch is expected across northeast and east-central, South Dakota. Some isolated higher amounts are possible mainly across the northeast.