SOUTH DAKOTA - A storm system looks to track over the region bring the chance of snow accumulations to South Dakota.
Starting tomorrow, snow is forecast to develop over the southwest region to include the Black Hills area. The snow will then spread eastward by Saturday evening and into the overnight hours.
By Sunday afternoon, all the snow would have left South Dakota and be impacting Minnesota and Iowa.
Snow amounts at this time look to be the heaviest across the northern, Black Hills where amounts up to five inches are possible. Those across southwest, South Dakota may see some localized amount near four inches with a general amounts of one to three inches.
Out towards the east, a general one to three inches of snow is expected with some pockets of four inches cannot be ruled out.
Those in the northern half may sit out of this snow event, with forecast snowfall amounts showing little or no accumulations.
With the new snows, please plan on highways and streets to become icy and snow covered after sun set tomorrow and into Sunday morning.