Wintry weather returns once again, this time across eastern, South Dakota. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for northeast and southeast, South Dakota for two different types of weather.
Starting with the northeast, snow chances will increase as the night continues bring the risk for accumulating snows. Mainly one to three inches of snow is expected, with a little higher amounts from Aberdeen and up towards Britton and Sisseton where two to four inches are possible. Under one inch of snow is possible across central, northwest and east-central, South Dakota.
The far southeast corner of state is under a Winter Weather Advisory from 1:00am CST to 7:00am CST tomorrow morning. The main reason for the advisory is that the southeast may see some freezing drizzle or light freezing rain during the overnight hours. This could cause slippery roads and sidewalks.
The highest amounts will be mainly into Iowa with a glaze of ice (around 0.01") is possible back towards Vermillion, Elk Point, Canton and up towards Sioux Falls.