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December 12, 2010 04:38 PM

Storm Center Update - Sunday PM

Many people spent today digging out of what was a pretty nasty blizzard yesterday and last night. The interstates are now reopened though keep in mind slick spots are still likely as it has been very cold and that makes it harder to pick up the snow. Another system will move through northern KELOLAND tonight and tomorrow.

The system will start in the northwest corner of the state. We will likely see a period of freezing rain tonight across NW SD. That freezing rain will shift over to snow as the system moves from west to east across northern SD. Into Monday there could be a period of light freezing drizzle after or during the snow showers in north central and northeastern South Dakota. Snow fall totals should be around 1-3 inches, with the heaviest amounts in and around Mobridge. We may see a few snow showers across the southern half of the state but measurable accumulation isn’t expected.

For the rest of the week we will see another chance of snow on Wednesday. Cold temperatures will stick around for the east with warmer readings out west. After Wednesday the end of the week and next weekend look dry.


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