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Blizzard/Winter Storm Continues

The slow-moving winter storm continues to push rain and snow into parts of South Dakota on Monday morning. Winter Storm Warnings and Blizzard Warnings remain for counties in south-central and eastern South Dakota, with Winter Weather Advisories for north-central, central, and parts of southwest South Dakota.




A foot of snow has already been reported, with Dupree topping the snowfall list. Lodgepole in northwest SD saw 7.0 inches of snow, and Saint Onge in the northern Black Hills received 6.10 inches. Below are the snowfall reports from the National Weather Service as of Monday morning.


Snowfall Report as of 7:30am CDT, Monday, March 25th, 2024:

Dupree: Snow 12.00

Lodgepole: Snow 7.00

3 Mi SE Saint Onge: Snow 6.10

2 Mi E Sturgis: Snow 5.50

Murdo: Snow 5.00

Ludlow: Snow 5.00

1 Mi N Castlewood: Snow 4.60

4 Mi NNW Elm Springs: Snow 4.50

Watertown: Snow 4.40

8 Mi SE Mud Butte: Snow 4.00

1 Mi NNW Kennebec: Snow 4.00

Woonsocket: Snow 3.50

9 Mi WSW Red Elm: Snow 3.50

4 Mi ENE Reliance: Snow 3.50

8 Mi WNW Usta: Snow 3.50

Aberdeen Regional Airpo: Snow 3.20

1 Mi SSW Highmore: Snow 3.00

2 Mi SW Howes: Snow 3.00

Deadwood: Snow 3.00

1 Mi E Dwtn Rapid City: Snow 2.60

1 Mi SSW Bowdle: Snow 2.50

Andover: Snow 2.50

2 Mi WSW Hamill: Snow 2.30

1 Mi NE Timber Lake: Snow 2.20

Brookings: Snow 2.00

9 Mi NNW Creighton: Snow 2.00

19 Mi NNE Creighton: Snow 2.00

6 Mi NNW Dwtn Spearfish: Snow 1.50

4 Mi NNW Miranda: Snow 1.50

Hot Springs: Snow 1.50

2 Mi WNW Dwtn Spearfish: Snow 1.30

4 Mi NNE Summerset: Snow 1.20

Faulkton: Snow 1.00

3 Mi E Midland: Snow 1.00

5 Mi NE Milesville: Snow 1.00

1 Mi WSW Webster: Snow 0.70

3 Mi NE Hisega: Snow 0.50

6 Mi NE Summerset: Snow 0.50



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