From Meteorologist Ethan Emery:
A windy Monday forecast:
Tonight will see the snow slowly depart the region as the low pressure begins to move off to the east. Additional snow accumulations of up to one inch is possible for the Rapid City area while folks in the higher elevations could receive another 3"-5" with locally higher amounts possible. Lows will fall in the 20s and 30s as windy conditions will persist throughout the night. Wind gusts could be as high as 55 mph at times. After midnight expect mostly cloudy skies.
Some roads and highways in the Black Hills are under NO TRAVEL ADVISORIES including portions of I-90. For updates on road conditions, please go to safetravelusa.com and select the state you're traveling in. You may want to have alternative plans if you need to travel between Sunday evening and Monday morning.
Monday will see drier air move into the region. Skies will partly cloudy to mostly sunny for much of the day as highs will reach the 30s and 40s for most spots. An isolated snow shower is possible Monday afternoon with some upslope enhancement during the day as winds continue to move in from the northwest. Wind gusts on Monday could be as high as 45 mph. Winds will begin to die down though Monday evening as ridge of high pressure redevelops in the Black Hills region going into Tuesday...
Tuesday will see temperatures rebound into the 50s for many spots, though this will be short lived as moisture returns Tuesday night into Wednesday with windy and cooler conditions. Then things look to stay dry from Thursday through Saturday as temperatures climb back up in the 50s for the start of next weekend, though long-range computer models indicate that temperatures will drop once again as another system will move in next Sunday. We will keep an eye on it and update the forecast as needed on here, on the air and on our mobile weather app!