A round of snow and ice made for a slick commute in parts of KELOLAND Thursday morning. The light snow helped the snow prediction total, though. Here's a look at where we stand:
Rapid City is the closest, with close to 60 percent of the forecast with a little over 35 inches. The .9 inches in Sioux Falls on Thursday helped push the city over 25 inches and 47 percent of the prediction. Aberdeen and Pierre are close to 40 percent while the Hills are about a third.
Aside from a slight chance for light snow here and there, there doesn't look to be anything major on the horizon, except for below averages temperatures continuing into February.