If you have travel plans to go to western Nebraska or South Dakota, you may want to rethink them.
A wintry storm carrying blustery winds and heavy snow has been forecast for the Nebraska Panhandle and South Dakota's Black Hills.
The storm is expected to move from Wyoming into that area beginning Thursday night.
The National Weather Service in Rapid City has issued a winter storm warning from Thursday night until 6 a.m. Saturday.
21 inches of snow are forecast for the higher elevations west of Rapid City, which could see a foot or more in town.
Pierre could pick up a couple of inches. Up to 9 inches is forecast for Chadron, Nebraska compared with 2 inches in Sidney.
Wind gusts of 50 mph could hit whip through the region.