While crews work around the clock, residents in Rapid City are digging themselves out of two feet of snow.
City crews in Rapid City continue to clear all of the snow from the streets. Not all of the streets have been completely plowed out, but crews are working to clear every street.
In addition, the warmer temperatures will help some of the snow melt. But, the fast-melting snow could bring some flooding to the area.
City officials plan to meet Monday afternoon to talk about the ongoing recovery efforts. They say they are really concerned about the downed trees in the city and the clean-up process that comes with it.
Kevin Woster is in Rapid City and will have more on the city meeting and its clean-up plan tonight on KELOLAND News.