In addition to leaving behind a mess, last weekend's blizzard brought a lot of moisture to drought-stricken KELOLAND. So far this winter, Mitchell is sitting at 230 percent of an average winter when it comes to water.
Northeast KELOLAND is also doing well. While the wind was busy whipping snow around, more than a foot fell in the Hub City pushing it to 165 percent of average for the winter.
Central South Dakota has not been able to escape winter's hold this year. While the recent storm dumped around five inches of snow at the capitol, Pierre is sitting at 143 percent of average.
Western South Dakota has been able to escape winter's grasp with Rapid City only at 77 percent of average. The Hills have fared a little better with 90 percent of average.
Western South Dakota isn't the only place missing out. In south central South Dakota, Winner is only 61 percent of average. Parts of southeast KELOLAND also remain parched with Yankton at 64 percent of average and Sheldon at 67 percent.
Keep in mind, there are still two weeks left to meteorological winter so there's still time to add to the totals.