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Snow Totals So Far

January 28, 2009, 4:57 PM by Scot Mundt

Snow Totals So Far
January is almost over and some areas of KELOLAND are already getting close to exceeding their average snow amount for the season. One of the locations that already has more than usual is Watertown, where the snow has piled up to nearly 35 inches.  That's three-and-a-half inches above an average winter. 

Most areas have already received 20-30 inches of snow, which is at least half their average snowfall. Mitchell and Aberdeen are three-quarters of the way there; Rapid City, Huron, and Sioux Falls are more than half-way there.

While we have slight chances for snow in the forecast, we won't add anymore significant amounts anytime soon.

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