Conditions: Mostly Cloudy
Wind: South 17
Relative Humidity: 72
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The StormTRACKER Weather Forecast
We are still tracking a potential winter storm to move into the area Monday into Tuesday. Latest computer models suggest a more southern track with this storm, which means the heaviest snow may stay across northeastern South Dakota into Minnesota. This storm is still getting organized, so make sure to stay tuned to WDAY for more updates during the next 24-48 hours.
The sky will remain mostly cloudy tonight, and there could be a few sprinkles or flurries overnight. Low near 28*, with a south wind at 10-25 mph. Monday may start with some sun, but clouds will quickly move in, and light rain will develop late in the day. High near 41*, with a southeast wind at 10-20 mph.
The light rain will transition to a mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow during Monday night, and eventually transition to all snow. Depending on when these transitions take place will determine how much snow we see.
Meteorologist Aaron White