South Dakotans Warned About Frigid Cold
by Associated Press
January 19, 2012 5:39 AM
After record-breaking heat kicked off the season, South Dakotans are bundling up largely for the first time this winter.
The cold air and blowing snow that began late afternoon Wednesday is expected to continue through Thursday and into Friday.
Huron, Watertown and Brookings have had visibility drop to as little as a quarter-mile. Thursday's afternoon highs are expected to stay in the single digits, while some northeastern swaths of the state won't reach zero.