An Update On Scot Mundt’s Latest Snowfall Prediction


Lately our temperatures have been warm enough to support rain, snow chances have been put to the wayside and it doesn’t look like they’ll return this month.

With highs holding steady in the 50s and 60s in the seven-day forecast and above freezing overnight lows, snow may be hard to come by.  And that could end up being a good thing for my snowfall prediction in central and eastern KELOLAND.

Here’s where I stand so far.  Sioux Falls is sitting at 39.4 inches, 2.7 inches away from my prediction of 42.1.  Aberdeen is at 38.1 inches, two inches over my prediction and Pierre is over my prediction by 2.6 inches.

I’m way off in Rapid City and the Hills by a foot and a half in Rapid City and by a lot in the Hills.  The lack of snow this winter is taking its toll on the west with drought conditions continuing this spring.

While the rest of the month looks snow-free, we’re watching next month.  Sioux Falls typically sees about 4 and a half inches of snow in April.  

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