From KSFY Television Meteorologist Shawn Cable

We had another round of light snow overnight and roads and sidewalks will be snow covered and slippery for your morning commute. Snowfall amounts range from a dusting to around a half inch most places. There could be a few places that have up to an inch.

Snow and clouds will continue to exit the region this morning leaving us with a brief period of sunshine before our next system rolls in this afternoon. Today will be another cold day with temperatures in the single digits for most of the day. Temps will climb to around 10 degrees by late this afternoon and continue to climb through the teens overnight into tomorrow morning.

Our next system will bring an increase in clouds from west to east throughout the day today. Light snow is possible again tonight and this time the focus will be northern and northeastern South Dakota and western Minnesota. That said, a brief period of light snow will be possible along and east of the James Valley as far south as I-90. Snow will be light - from around a dusting to a half inch of accumulation will be possible.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy and warmer with highs in the mid 20s. Friday will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of light snow and high temps in the mid 30s.

Another blast of cold, Arctic air will arrive Friday night and drop temperatures back into the single digits and teens for the weekend. Highs will only reach the single digits on Saturday with temps dropping back below zero by Sunday morning.

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