We continue to monitor a robust storm system that appears to have the potential to bring significant amounts of snow to South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota by the middle of the workweek.
At this point, the southeast corner of South Dakota stands the greatest chance for the heaviest snow, but some forecast models suggest increase chances into south-central and northeast South Dakota.
The EURO model shows the heaviest amounts of snow to remain in eastern Nebraska and into Iowa, or just south of Sioux City. The southeast corner looks to received moderate amounts of snow with amounts over six inches.
The American model shows the heaviest amounts into the southeast, South Dakota and the southwest, Minnesota with more moderate amounts of snow back into south-central South Dakota and into east-central South Dakota.
Please continue to check back with DakotaRadar for the latest information on this storm.