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March 07, 2011 03:16 PM

Storm Center Update - Monday PM

Light snow spread across southern South Dakota today bringing generally very light totals to the area. There were some more significant totals across the southwest and in far southern South Dakota.

Another area of snow will push into the state on Tuesday. While we will see widespread light snow across the state, snow totals for most of the area will be light with most areas staying under 2 inches. Totals will increase in SE KELOLAND especially late Tuesday into Wednesday. Right now it appears that the Sioux Falls area will see 1-4 inches of snow (heavier SE, lighter NW), while northwest Iowa could see around 2-6 inches. There will be a pretty sharp cutoff to the heavier snow. On Wednesday the wind will pick up and some blowing and drifting of snow is likely. While we have more confidence in the path of the storm, a little wobble by the area of low pressure could quickly change the snow totals, so if you have big travel plans keep an eye on things through the day Tuesday.

For the rest of the week we will warm up for a couple of days on Wednesday and Thursday before another front crashes through on Friday bringing some scattered rain or snow showers. The weekend will be cooler with another round of precipitation for the end of next weekend.

Have a great night!


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