Northern and western KELOLAND got hit with some of the highest rain and snow totals. While the snow has been piling up in the Hills, much of central and northern KELOLAND got a good soaking of rain from the weekend and into this week. While some of that rain changed to snow on Tuesday, the moisture continues to add up.
Many locations in western, central and northern KELOLAND are in the three -inch range while eastern and south central South Dakota is in the two-inch range.
When compared to average, there are only a select few that are above average since the beginning of the year. Custer is the most above average by eight tenths. On the other side, Sioux Falls is the most below average. With just over two and a half inches of water, Sioux Falls is under average by more than three inches.
We'll continue to add to these numbers as we go through the rest of the week and for the second half of the weekend.