Precipitation will return to South Dakota once again, but nothing like we saw last week. The forecast is calling for skies to become mostly cloudy with rain showers moving into western, South Dakota by this afternoon. Highs will be into the 50s and 60s. Tonight skies will be mostly cloudy
During the powerful blizzard storm, many of us experience thundersnow and even thundersleet, but what is it? Thundersnow is basically a winter thunderstorm that drops snow or sleet instead of rain. These thundersnows can develop in three different ways… 1) A normal thunderstorm that has formed over warm air
Snow continues to fall across the state with Blizzard Warnings, Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisories remaining in effect. For the latest weather alerts, please check out our Weather Alerts page. Already many locations across the state have seen over 20 inches of snow. At of 9:00pm CDT,
Photo Credit: South Dakota Highway Patrol Impressive snow amounts have been recorded this morning with many of these locations still receiving snow at this hour. Out west in Belle Fourche received a foot and half of snow. Heavy Snowfall Reports (Between 5:30am – 11:30am CDT): Belle Fourche: 18.
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