A cold front and low-pressure system that will bring colder temperatures to the Midwest will also bring some accumulating snows to the southwest. The closer to the southwest corner of the state, the better chance you will see accumulating snow. Winter Storm Watches are in effect for Southeast, Wyoming as 6 to 12 inches of snow is expected.
Back home, snow amounts will be lighter with mainly 2 to 4 inches in the forecast for the southern Black Hills and into Fall River County. Towards the east into Pine Ridge and Martin, snow amounts look to be from 1 to 3 inches.
Those across the east and north are not expected to get any significant or any snow accumulations from this system over the weekend. There are chances during the next work week where snows can return to the state so please stay tuned for that.