Early Week Snow Totals

March Certainly Started Off like A Lion

As the saying goes, March “comes in like a lion” and goes “out like a lamb” and it’s certainly living up to that phrase here in the Sioux Empire. A strong low pressure system, a Colorado Low now a Nor’Easter, moved into the KDLT forecast area early Monday morning and lingered through the afternoon hours on Tuesday. In its wake, several places saw accumulations top up to a half a foot of snow (and in some spots, they picked up even more)!

Radar Loop Starting Monday at Midnight of the Colorado Low

Here’s a list of snow totals from across the area. If you have a snow total you’d like to report, you can send them to the KDLT Weather Center through Facebook, Twitter or email (weather@kdlt.com) and we’ll pass it along to the appropriate National Weather Service office.

Snow Totals:
18.00″ – 6 ENE Spring Creek Colo
16.00″ – Frederick
15.00″ – 2 S Twin Brooks
14.00″ – Gary
13.60″ – Wilmot
13.00″ – 4 N Cravens Corner
12.50″ – La Bolt
12.20″ – Clear Lake
12.00″ – Milbank
11.30″ – Leola
11.00″ – 5 SSW Summit
10.60″ – Sisseton 3 W
10.30″ – Odessa
10.00″ – Wheaton
10.00″ – Herreid 3 ESE
10.00″ 4 S Garden City
9.80″ – White Lake
9.50″ – 2 ENE Roscoe
9.30″ – 3 ESE Aberdeen
9.00″ – Java
8.50″ – Roy Lake State Park
8.50″ – 5 NW Montrose
8.40″ – Eureka
8.20″ – Marion
8.00″ – Bowdle
8.00″ – Dimock
8.00″ – Pierre
7.80″ – Browns Valley
7.80″ – Marshall 0.6 S
7.60″ – Mobridge
7.50″ – Faulkton 1 NW
7.00″ – 3 ESE Watertown
7.00″ – Britton
7.00″ – Howard
7.00″ – Ipswitch
7.00″ – Pollock
6.80″ – Hayti 1 W
6.50″ – 1 N Kidder
6.30″ – Selby
6.20″ – Castlewood
6.00″ – 1 S Chelsea
6.00″ – 5 W Bruce
6.00″ – Huron Regional Airport
6.00″ – Turton
6.00″ – Highmore 19 NNW
6.00″ – 6 E Hayes
6.00″ – 1 N Ortonville
5.50″ – Gann Valey
5.50″ – Wessington Springs
5.00″ – Roscoe
5.00″ – Sheldon
5.00″ – Marvin
5.00″ – 4 E Butler
4.90″ – Andover
4.80″ – Tyndall
4.50″ – Fort Pierre
4.00″ – Sioux Falls Airport
4.00″ – Cherokee
4.00″ – Alexandria
3.50″ – Canton
3.40″ – Timber Lake
3.30″ – Murdo
3.20″ – Doland
2.50″ – Kennebec

Blaise Keller
KDLT News Morning Meteorologist
Twitter – @blaisekellerr

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