Brandon Spinner

May 1st Snow Totals

Record Breaking Snow for Parts of the Sioux Empire

Photo via Kris Bishop – Volga, SD A low pressure system moved through the Northern Plains bringing with it, some heavy, wet, snow during the morning hours on May 1st. Record breaking totals have been reported due to this system that dropped more than a half foot in some spots of the area. Here’s a list of the latest snow…

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Tornadoes

When Is The Peak Time of Year for These Twisters?

Severe weather season is upon us and this week is Severe Weather Awareness Week across South Dakota. Each day this week we will tackle a different severe weather topic. Earlier this week I broke down the difference between a Watch and a Warning, while yesterday Blaise discussed severe thunderstorms. Click the links to learn more about those stories. Photo Courtesy:…

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Watch vs. Warning

Each Are Different, What Do they Mean?

Severe weather season is upon us and this week is Severe Weather Awareness Week across South Dakota. Each day this week we will tackle a different severe weather topic to help you understand that individual phenomenon. Later in the week we will link the previous day’s story in this location. Since today is day one, we have nothing to link…