Today's weather is also taking a toll highschool footballs games with several being rescheduled or even cancelled.
This includes O'Gorman moving their game against Rapid City Central to Monday at 5 PM. This weather is so unusual, that the Knights long-time coach has never seen this before.
O'Gorman head coach Steve Kueter has been coaching football for parts of four decades, but today he had to do something he has never done before.
"Weather cancellations are a part of what we do, it's very unusual for football. I've coached football for 35 years, I think this is the 1st time we've rescheduled a football game. That's unusual, you don't normally get a blizzard in the middle of football season, but we did." O'Gorman head coach Steve Kueter said.
Keuter is also the athletic director, so he gets the final say in the cancellations of sporting events. He says fall and spring usually offer difficulties for teams to get games in, but football is a bigger challenge because of the amount of kids that play.
"It causes a lot of problems, it's a lot of kids out of school Monday, gonna get back late, 350 miles away and causes a lot of issues," Kueter said.
And teams on the east side of Keloland are dealing with potential severe thunderstorms, and Keuter has a plan in place for that too.
"When you have lightning in the area, what you do is you get the kids and fans off the field and out of the bleachers and get them safe, and you wait until the lightning moves out of the area," Keuter said.
Parents concerned with the safety with their children that are either playing or traveling in inclement weather should know a lot of thought goes into the decision to battle the elements.
"I think the parents trust us. We do spend a lot of time, we are trained in that area. We have a lot resources available to us. That helps us make the calls we make, and they just gotta bear with us," Keuter said.
For the people who do brave the weather tonight, make sure to send us pictures of what you see on the gridiron by using the hash-tag #kelofb.