The northern and central regions of the Black Hills find themselves back under winter weather headlines. The National Weather Service in Rapid City has placed the area under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6:00 am MST Thursday and going through the day.
A clipper system is forecast to move through the region bring upslope snows to northern and central, Black Hills. Snow amounts of three to six inches are possible, with a few isolated higher values that cannot be ruled out.
The rest of South Dakota may see the risk of accumulating snows, but amounts are forecast to remain light. The best chance for one, maybe two inches, would be across the northwest, South Dakota from the Buffalo, Bison, Lemmon down towards the Faith regions.