Watertown, SD — Low pressure is moving across the area today and it will result in wind gusts topping out between 50 and 60mph and temperatures falling below freezing. Initially we can expect scattered showers with the precipitation falling as a mix of rain and snow, but as temperatures cool and the storm organizes, we anticipate a band of moderate to high intensity snow, which will follow the low as it transitions across the region. Where snow is falling we can anticipate poor visibility and blizzard conditions. Snow accumulations will generally range from 1 to 5 inches with the focus area east of the James valley to western Minnesota. Winds will weaken somewhat tonight, but we will continue to see gusty winds all the way through mid week. We have more at mykxlg.com and on the morning news at 7 and 8 a.m. To hear more listen below on the audio tab to the National Weather Service’s Dan Mohr in Aberdeen.