SOUTH DAKOTA - From our last update, Winter Storm Warnings have expanded into central regions and the southern half of northeast, South Dakota. Blizzard Warnings remain for the southwest and Winter Storm Warnings remain for other regions of the southwest and into east-central and southeast, South Dakota. Winter Weather Advisories continue for the rest of the state, besides the northern half of the state.
Additional snowfall amounts of 4 to 8 inches are expected across the southwest and into south-central, South Dakota. Higher amounts 6 to 12 inches are possible west of Chamberlain and back towards Murdo.
Out in east-central and southeast, South Dakota to include Brookings, Sioux Falls, Estelline, Madison and into Pipestone, Minnesota, snowfall amounts of 5 to 9 inches are possible by Monday evening.
Lesser amounts of 2 to 4 inches along the Nebraska boarder to include Yankton, Vermillion and Lake Andes.
Those in northeast such as Watertown, Clark, Redfield and Aberdeen, snow amounts of 2 to 5 inches are possible with isolated higher amounts around the Watertown area.
The far northern regions will see the lesser amounts during this evening with Sisseton, Mobridge and Buffalo seeing 2 inches or less.
Snow will continued to spread northward and eastward and any rain falling now will change over to snow by tonight. Snow will start to end across the southwest and the bulk of the precipitation continues its track north and east.
Another round of snow looks to move right behind this storm system. More information on that event will be posted soon.