January 5, 2005, 6:23 AM
It's not over yet but a storm that hit the southern part of South Dakota has already dumped more than a half-foot of snow.
By last night, Rapid City had received about seven inches of snow while six inches fell at Hot Springs. Amounts were lighter to the east, but more snow is headed that way.
A winter storm warning was posted for the southern tier of South Dakota into today. Southeast South Dakota was under a winter storm warning until tomorrow night.
In eastern South Dakota snowfall amounts ranged from about four inches in Sioux Falls and Mitchell to two inches in Yankton.
Wagner had nearly seven inches of snow and Chamberlain six inches.
© 2005 Associated Press.
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