A nice day in the weather department for today, but tomorrow brings some changes.
A low pressure system will bring areas of rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow to the region by Sunday afternoon and into the overnight hours.
By mid-afternoon, the north will start to see light rain or light snow moving into the region. A pocket of rain, mixture or snow is possible for the west.
By the evening hours, the precipitation is forecast to move into central and northeast, South Dakota and then spread into the southeast.
The precipitation is forecast to continue its track eastward into Minnesota and be moved out of here by Monday morning.
By Monday morning some ice and snow accumulations will be possible. The northeast stands the greatest chance to see the most snowfall where two to four inches are possible.
The southeast has the highest risk to see accumulating ice with Sioux Falls forecast to receive 0.05" to 0.10".