Snow will accumulate over the second half of the day and into Sunday. But only half of the area will see it.
Northerly winds will usher in slightly cooler temperatures to start our work week.
Warm air and lots of sunshine is in the forecast for Sunday.
As the warmer air slides in, Monday will turn out to be a relatively mild day.
After a very windy and cold Saturday, there will be improvement with both the winds and temperatures for our Sunday.
Most places are recognizing the New Year's holiday for Monday, and it may be a good day to just camp out indoors.
You will notice clouds increasing over the area from north to south as we move throughout the first day of 2017.
We had a ton of improvement from Sunday's blizzard to Monday's afternoon sunshine. Even more improvement is in the forecast for Tuesday.
Weather conditions will rapidly improve as we move through Sunday night into the day on Monday.
By Christmas morning, the snow will get going. It will likely continue throughout the day and eventually wrap up late Christmas night or very early Monday morning.
We will start the day on Saturday with a mix of sun and clouds. You will notice the clouds start to increase, especially during the afternoon. The winds will also pick...
Expect to start the day with a lot of sunshine, then clouds will be on the increase during the afternoon.
From below zero temperatures to start the day, temperatures will climb into the teens and twenties by afternoon.
More cold air is going to spread over the region to start the work week.
There will be quite the range of temperatures for Sunday.
After a great weekend of weather, the tide will begin to change for the work week.
Mild temperatures are going to continue for the end of the weekend. If you still need to cut down the Christmas tree or hang up the lights, Sunday will be a nice day to do so.
Mild air returns to the Black Hills in time for the weekend.