SOUTHEAST, SOUTH DAKOTA - Today brings the risk for snow and ice to the southeast region of South Dakota. Wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow will become likely as an area of precipitation expands across the area throughout the day.
By later on this evening, the precipitation is expected to move out of South Dakota and into Minnesota. Snowfall amounts look to be the greatest from Sioux Falls and down towards Yankton where two to six inches is expected. Towards the north and west from Mitchell to Madison to Brookings, amounts will be lighter with one to three inches in the forecast.
If any ice accumulations occurs, the best risk will be in the far southeast corner of the state near Sioux City. Some counties south of Sioux City into Nebraska and Iowa are under an Ice Storm Warning where that region could see around a quarter of an inch of ice.
After today, the next round of precipitation looks to far in western, South Dakota late tomorrow.