ABERDEEN, S.D.(KWAT)–Parts of the Dakotas will look wintry by Friday.
Forecasters say a weather system will drop measurable snowfall–mainly across western and north central North Dakota–from Thursday afternoon into Friday morning.
Aberdeen National Weather Service forecaster Megan Mulford says the snowflakes could reach down into South Dakota, mainly west of the James River valley.
Snowfall amounts won’t be terribly impressive, but what will be noticeable is some very chilly air that will stick around into early next week.
Winter Storm Warnings are posted for western and north central North Dakota, but they do NOT extend into South Dakota.