Long before the snow started to fall, it was on our radar. We first warned you about the Thursday storm more than a week ago.
We forecasted last Sunday that we could be looking at some serious accumulations, especially in the southeastern portions of KELOLAND. The low pressure center won't even make its way in close until late in the day on Thursday.
And we started out our work week on Monday looking more in-depth at this snow storm forecasting four-plus inches of snow.
When others predicted as much as ten inches, our meteorologists told you we'd get three to six inches in Sioux Falls.
We kept that prediction through Wednesday, saying that the storm was really going to help some of the drought areas.
We said snow would hit across central and western South Dakota around noon Thursday. And around sunset, southeastern KELOLAND would then start to see the snow move in. And that's exactly what happened last night.
And after the snow fell, we brought you team coverage, from the streets of Sioux Falls to rural Turner County.