Aberdeen could get more snow tonight after being in a winter storm warning last night and this morning.
Sleet and snow fell Monday morning, leading the city to salt emergency routes. Snow then fell most of the day on Monday.
City plowing in Aberdeen will begin today, as follows:
Plowing begins at 6 a.m. today with posted emergency snow routes. Plowing of north-south streets and all streets and avenues in Zone 3, the outlying areas of Aberdeen, will begin at 7 a.m.
At 1 p.m., plowing of east-west avenues in Zone 2, which includes the bulk of the city, will begin. At 10 p.m., plowing will begin in the commercial zone downtown.
Plowing of city lots in the commercial zone will begin at 1 a.m. Wednesday.
Vehicles parked on streets after plowing in a particular zone begins and before snow is cleared from curb to curb may be ticketed and towed to another street.
The city of Redfield also issued a snow alert for early this morning, advising residents to move vehicles from city streets.
There's a 30 percent chance of snow tonight with a 10- to 20-mph wind, according to the National Weather Service website.
High temperatures are expected to stay in the 20s today before dropping into the single digits Wednesday and below zero Thursday, meteorologist Aaron Dorn said Monday.
Temperatures will drop to a low of 19 below zero Thursday, but the high will be 18 degrees on Friday, Dorn said.
The winter storm warning for Brown County was set to expire at 6 this morning.