EASTERN, SOUTH DAKOTA - This weekend brings another risk for precipitation that may spread northward from a strong winter storm to our south. At this time, it appears that rain, freezing rain and snow is expected to impact the southeast region of the state with mainly snow chances towards the north. The best risk for any precipitation will be down in southeast, South Dakota.
The time of the precipitation looks to begin sometime in Saturday morning and higher peaks later in the day on Saturday and into the overnight hours. The storm system should move away bring precipitation to an end by Sunday morning.
Please keep checking back with DakotaRadar as there remains a low confidence.