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March 13, 2017 06:54 AM

Snow Blankets KELOLAND, Schools Closed Or Starting Late

Sioux Falls

The cleanup continues after snow blanketed east and northeast parts of KELOLAND on Sunday.

Meteorologist Scot Mundt has compiled a list of the cities with the most snow in his morning Storm Center Update. Parts of Watertown saw 10 inches of snow, while totals decrease south to Sioux Falls where 4.8 inches was officially recorded.

A snow alert was issued for Sioux Falls Sunday evening as plows moved into Zone 1. The north and south streets of Zone 2 will be plowed starting at 8 a.m. Monday. Any vehicles left parked on city streets could be ticketed or towed.

More than 100 schools either started late or were closed Monday morning after the weekend's snowfall.

Many roads in southeast South Dakota have scattered ice and slippery surfaces, including Interstate 90 from Chamberlain to the Minnesota border. From North Dakota to Iowa, Interstate 90 is also slick in areas and blowing snow is causing reduced visibilities.

For more information about road conditions, visit SafeTravelUSA.

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