We are dealing with the aftermath of a large winter storm across KELOLAND.
Aberdeen is reported over 16” and Milbank has 17”. Here’s a quick summary of the snow reports we have so far this morning:
- Sioux Falls 1.5”(sleet)
- Brookings 8"
- Huron 10”
- Mitchell 6.8”
- Watertown 12-14”
- Canton ½” Ice
- Winner 7”
- Rapid City 9.3”
We’ll have more totals posted later today as the official number come into the storm center.
Light snow will continue this morning in our eastern counties with highs in the teens in the east, with most areas in the single digits this afternoon West River. The wind chill is also very cold, well below zero West River. This storm is a reminder in how the weather can quickly change in KELOLAND.
Partly cloudy skies are forecast tomorrow and Wednesday with highs in the mid 20s to lower 30s. That’s the warm part of the forecast. Temperatures will be much colder again at the end of the week with some chance of snow. It appears the brunt of that next storm will head south of KELOLAND, but we’ll monitor the storm track closely the next few days.