SOUTH DAKOTA - A cold front will bring colder air, strong winds and light snow to the region starting Tuesday evening and into Tuesday night and Wednesday.
As the cold front moves from west to east across South Dakota, chances of snow will move with the front. At this time, the heaviest snows will be across the Black Hills where two to five inches are possible with some isolated higher amounts. The rest of the state looks to received minor amounts, mainly an inch or less with some pockets of higher accumulations across northeast and southeast, South Dakota.
Along with the cold temperatures and snow chances, strong northwest winds will blow any snow the does accumulate. This could create some traveling issues on Wednesday.
A High Wind Warning is in effect for western and central, South Dakota for wind gust up to 65mph.
Besides the High Wind Warning, a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Black Hills for snowfall amounts of two to five inches and some areas of blowing snow.