Weather Stories

Flooded Road

Roads Closing

Many roads in southern South Dakota are closed because of flooding that is occurring.  This picture above from the South Dakota Highway Patrol Facebook page shows State Highway 63 south of Belvidere closed because of flood waters. According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, State Highway 37 at the

Flooding in Turner County

Turner County Warns Motorist

Turner County Sheriff’s Office warns motorists not to enter flooded roads.  The agency posted on their Facebook page alerting the public they had responded to another vehicle submerged in the water after a driver violated the road closed barricades.  The vehicle entered into the flooded road which resulted

rain

Showers for Weekend

Dry conditions are expected to continue today and Thursday before a chance of rain moves into the region. This rain event will be nowhere near the same as the last event that brought over two inches of rain and over a foot of snow across the west. The forecast is

Flooding Continues

River flooding continues across southwest and southeast, South Dakota with rivers at major flood stage south of Sioux Falls.  Below are river reports from the National Weather Service… Big Sioux River at Sioux Falls near Interstate 90 Flood Stage: Minor Depth: 14.89 feet 24-Hour Forecast: 

Light Precip by Tuesday

The next round of precipitation looks to come on Tuesday but really, not that significant.  There is a slight chance of light rain or light snow for eastern, South Dakota as a weak disturbance moves across Nebraska and Iowa.  This is the only chance of precipitation in the forecast for

Sioux Falls, SD Winter Forecast