September 28, 2020

SOUTH DAKOTAS WEATHER IS ALWAYS ON OUR RADAR

Slowly Moving Out

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Radar and Geo-Color Satellite Image at 5:10 pm CDT - Saturday, October 12th, 2019

The storm system that brought our first taste of winter is slowly moving out of the region.  Winter Weather Advisories are still in effect until 7:00 pm CDT this evening for areas of blowing snow and additional snow amounts, mainly under one inch.

This storm brought around a foot of snow to a couple of locations in north-central and western regions of the state.  If you want to see the official snowfall reports, check out our older stories (Thursday's Snowfall Reports and Friday's Snowfall Reports).  An additional snowfall story will be release tomorrow morning when additional snow reports from today's snow are reported.

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Tonight's forecast is calling for mostly cloudy skies across the northeast with clear skies for the southwest.  Snow chances continue for north-central, northeast and east-central regions of the state.  Overnight lows will drop into the 20s to near 30 degrees.

Tomorrow, skies will remain mostly cloudy for the northeast with mostly sunny skies in the southwest.  Partly cloudy skies elsewhere.  Daytime highs from the lower 30s to the lower 50s.

Conditions remain dry for the start of the workweek with slowly improving temperatures.  Highs on Thursday look to be into the middle 50s to near 70 degrees!