There are a number of ways we can tell the story of our weather in KELOLAND. One of the most compelling is through the sights on our skycam network. New to the family this week is Terry Peak in the Black Hills.
We have one skycam about half way up the slope, while the other is positioned at the very top. Snow has been the story Friday. While other locations stay dry or too warm to snow, the higher elevations of the Black Hills often experience something different. The skycams can move around and zoom in on locations quite far away. Bear Butte comes into clear focus when the clouds clear out of the way.
If you haven’t visited our Skycam page lately, you should check out all of the views across the region. We now have over 30 cameras there, including two cameras in Sturgis and two in Deadwood. It’s all part of our commitment to providing the best resources to track our ever changing KELOLAND weather.
A bird’s eye view of the weather is helpful when you need to make plans about winter travel and road conditions. Be sure to check out these resources on our free KELOLAND Storm Tracker app as well.