(AP) - Talk about a swift change in seasons: parts of South Dakota could be in for some snow even while the leaves on trees continue to change colors.

National Weather Service Meteorologist Kelly Serr in Aberdeen tells the American News that the forecast Wednesday night calls mostly for rain, but there's a chance some snow could sneak in in the overnight hours.

Meteorologist Katie Pojorlie tells the Rapid City Journal that Rapid City could see a half inch of snow, and the Northern Black Hills could see about an inch.

It appears heavier snow amounts will stay in North Dakota, with some areas getting up to 3 inches.