While Sioux Falls skipped out of the heavy snow last evening, areas to the north recorded as much as six to eight inches. It's enough to keep the cold around a little longer.
Rapid City is closet to my prediction with 48 of the 62 and a half inches. Good enough for just under a quarter of the way there. Sioux falls is almost a quarter of the way there with nearly 37 inches. Pierre and Aberdeen are two thirds to half the way there. While the forecast for the Hills has been an embarrassment so far with just over a third of the prediction.
Warmer temperatures are in the immediate forecast with highs in the 30s for eastern KELOLAND on Thursday and 40s for Sunday. At the present time, there are no major storms expected anytime soon.