Sioux Falls hasn't experienced a snowier-than-usual November since 2005. That's when more than 14 inches fell in the city. Looking back to 1950, that's nearly three times more than the monthly average of 5.4 inches.
In the past 62 years, the city has seen above average snow 20 times. During those years, Sioux Falls averaged just more than a foot. The heaviest November snow was 21.9 inches in 1985.
In the remaining 42 years, the city averaged just two inches of snow. Six times the city saw no snow in November.
While a storm system will pass through KELOLAND this weekend, it looks like eastern South Dakota will stay warm and have a chance for rain.
There will be a better chance for snow in western and north central South Dakota.