From Meteorologist Ethan Emery:
A cooler Monday forecast:
Motorists on Monday morning should be advised to allow for extra time to travel with slick spots as well as driving cautiously given the cooler air and ice/snow on the roads.
Monday will see partly to mostly cloudy skies along with isolated snow showers during the day. The snow showers will be concentrated in the Black Hills and northeast Wyoming. Rapid City could see a snow flurry, but most areas will generally be dry. Snow accumulations will be light, but isolated areas could see up to an inch in the Black Hills.
Tuesday has better odds to see snow showers; especially in the afternoon. Tuesday will also be the coldest day in the forecast with highs only in the 20s for most locations. From Wednesday through the remainder of the week, we are tracking a small streak of dry and warmer air. By Thursday and Friday, temperatures will reach the 40s for many spots including in Rapid City. But that will end by next weekend as we are tracking the possible return of snow along with cooler air.