Weather Stories

Heavy Snow, Flooding

Snow has started over the Black Hills where grassy and rooftops are already cover with some snows.  Winter Storm Warnings are in effect where 6 to 12 inches with locally higher amount expected by late Tuesday night.  Also, the plains of western, South Dakota are under a Flood Watch as

Heavy Snows Coming

Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for the Black Hills starting 6:00pm MDT this evening and continuing until 6:00am Wednesday morning.  A very strong low pressure system will push moisture into the region and cold enough temperatures over the Black Hills.  This combine will create the risk of

Snow in the Hills, Freezing in the East

Winter will not give up in South Dakota! Winter Storm Watches are in the effect for the Black Hills where 6 to 10 inches of snow will be possible Monday night through Tuesday and Tuesday night. The northeast is under a Freeze Warning as temperatures are forecast to drop below

Friday’s Rainfall Amounts

Strong thunderstorms on Friday and Friday night brought heavy rains to the region.  Below are the official rainfall amounts… Aberdeen:  1.23″ Brookings:  2.19″ Buffalo: 1.43″ Chamberlain:  0.65″ Custer: 0.13″ Faith: 0.22″ Huron:  1.86″ Mitchell: 0.

Busy Weather Day

View the latest weather alerts at our Weather Alerts Page. Busy day in the weather department as stormy weather is on its way. Flood Watches are in effect for northwest, South Dakota for 1.5 to 2.0 inches of rain.  A Tornado Watch is in effect for north-central,