Rain Snow

Precip Moves In

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 with a chance of rain Read More…

Snow Storm Alert Winter

Snowfall Reports at 8am

Photo Credit: Miner County Sheriff’s Office Heavy wet snows up to two feet or greater now welcomes us back to winter. Below is the list of snowfall reports over 10 inches as of 8:15am CDT… White River: 26.0″ Norbeck: 25.0″ Mansfield: 24.5″ Lead: 24.4″ Ideal: 24.0″ Hamill: 24.0″ Norris: 23.3″ Huron: 23.0″ Porcupine: 22.0″ Saint Read More…

Blizzard Snow Storm Alert Winter

Morning Snowfall Reports

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: 18.0″ 1S of Clear Lake: 17.8″ Clark: 17.7″ Read More…

Blizzard Blowing Snow Snow Storm Alert Winter

Snowfall Reports

As of 7:30pm CDT, here are the top snowfall reports over seven inches… Dupree: 18.0″ Mud Butte: 18.0″ 9SW of Red Elm: 15.0″ 17NW of Belle Fourche: 13.0″ 10SE of Zeona: 12.0″ Redig: 11.0″ Eagle Butte: 11.0″ 17SW of Usta: 11.0″ 8SW of Glad Valley: 10.0″ Castlewood: 9.2″ Vienna: 9.1″ Hayti: 9.0″ 1S of Chelsea: Read More…

Freezing Rain Rain Snow Storm Alert Winter

Wednesday’s AM Commute

The start to the strong storm will begin later tonight and into Wednesday Morning.  Wednesday’s morning commute looks to bring a mixture of rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow to east-central, central and southwest, South Dakota (areas in pink).  Those traveling on U.S. Highway 14 or Interstate 90 from Murdo and west see the best Read More…

Snow Storm Alert Winter

Few Changes to Snowfall Forecast

New data that has came in about the storm system has changed some of the snowfall forecast.  The first noticeable change is over southeast, South Dakota.  This area remains a battle ground between rain, freezing rain and snow.  We have back off the numbers for Sioux Falls to 3 to 5 inches and also in Read More…

Blizzard Blowing Snow Freezing Rain Heavy Rain Rain Snow Storm Alert Wind Winter

Strong Storm Still Coming

The powerful winter storm still forecast to impact South Dakota starting tomorrow and continue into Thursday as well as Friday morning. The National Weather Service has placed east-central, northeast, central, south-central and southwest, South Dakota under a Blizzard Warning.  Winter Storm Watches are still in effect for southeast and north-central, South Dakota.  The far west Read More…

Blizzard Snow Storm Alert Winter

Snowfall Forecast

Heavy wet snows are still in the forecast for much of the state by the middle of the work week.  As of right now, the heaviest snows look to fall over east-central, South Dakota back towards south-central, South Dakota.  Amount of 18 to 24 inches, with some localize higher amounts are possible. Some issues that Read More…

Blizzard Blowing Snow Rain Snow Storm Alert Wind

Watches for Midweek Storm

A significant and powerful winter storm remains on track to impact South Dakota starting as soon as Tuesday night continuing through Friday.  Winter Storm Watches have been placed by the National Weather Service for much of the state. At this time, moderate to high confidence that a winter storms will impact the region and cause Read More…