SOUTH DAKOTA - A cold front moved across the state brought cooler temperatures and a few inches of snow to the region. Snowfall reports from this morning has the Black Hills leading the snowfall list. About four miles southwest of Hill City, the area saw five inches of snow, followed with the city receiving 3.5 inches. Out into central, South Dakota, the city of Pierre received one inch of snow and in Castlewood in northeast, South Dakota receiving just under two inches.
The southeast corner of the state still had some light snow falling. Tomorrow temperatures will warm up with dry conditions.