First Snow Storm of 2017 Snow Totals

While Sunday was the start of the new year, it wasn’t the start of winter. Winter continued to rear it head throughout the area on Monday. Between the two separate blasts of snow we have seen a decent amount of snow pile up across northern South Dakota. The heaviest looks to have fallen in Corson County with more snow continuing to pile up in northeast South Dakota. These are the latest reports we have received as of 3:00 PM CST on Tuesday January 3rd.

8.0” – Fort Thompson
7.0” – Walker
6.0″ – Pollock
5.8” – Sisseton
5.6” – Browns Valley, MN
5.5” – Little Eagle
5.2” – Clear Lake
5.0” – Mound City
4.7” – Indian Memorial Recreation Area
4.4” – Rauville
4.0” – Herreid
4.0” – Milbank
4.0” – Selby
4.0” – Timber Lake
4.0” – Watertown
4.0” – Wilmot
3.5” – Java
3.0” – Roy Lake State Park
3.0” – Webster
3.0” – Westport
3.0” – Marshall, MN
2.8” – Leola
2.7” – Aurora
2.5” – Claremont
2.2” – Bath
2.1” – Aberdeen
2.0” – Artichoke
2.0” – Bowdle
2.0” – Ridgeview
2.0” – Pipestone, MN
1.8” – Roscoe
1.7” – Gettysburg
1.7” – Wheaton, MN
1.5” – Garvin, MN
1.5” – Lake Benton, MN
1.4” – Murdo
1.0” – Agar
1.0” – Fort Pierre
1.0” – Turton
0.6” – Hayti
0.6″ – Sioux Falls

Don’t see your city or town? We get all of our reports from viewers and the National Weather Service! Send us an email/tweet/Facebook Message with a photo and your measurement and we will pass it along to the Weather Service!