Late Thursday and Friday brought most of us our first snow of the season. The biggest issue came with the strong northwest winds which cause low visibility and blizzard conditions. We saw quite a bit of travel issues across the area this morning.

Here’s a list of the latest totals that we have received from the National Weather Service. These are not official totals, but reports that have been passed along from the NWS.

9.5” – Parker
9.0” – Ortonville, MN
7.4” – 69th & Cliff
6.5” – Aurora
6.5” – Dell Rapids
6.0” – Sherman
6.0” – Pipestone, MN
5.3” – 57th & Cliff
5.1” – Aberdeen
5.0” – Sioux Falls Airport
5.0” – Tyndall
4.7” – Rosa Parks Elementary
4.5” – Tea
4.2” – Mitchell
4.0” – Andover
4.0” – Bath
4.0” – Gettysburg
4.0” – Reliance
4.0” – Roy Lake State Park
4.0” – Sioux Center, IA
4.0” – Currie, MN
3.9” – Huron
3.8” – Clark
3.8” – Clear Lake
3.8” – Sisseton
3.5” – Claremont
3.0” – Highmore
3.0” – Yankton
3.0” – Le Mars ,IA
2.6” – Hayti
2.6” – Webster
2.5” – Ames
2.5” – Lees Corner
2.5” – Ree Heights
2.5” – Roscoe
2.5” – Rowena
2.3" – Centerville
2.3” – Doland
2.0” – Butler
2.0” – Eureka
2.0” – Gann Valley
2.0” – Murdo
2.0” – Presho
2.0” – Spottswood
2.0” – Worthington, MN
2.0” – Vivian
1.8” – Aberdeen
1.8” – 11 miles SW of Eureka
1.8” – Pierre
1.7” – Oakton
1.5” – 4 miles ESE of Herreid
1.5” – 1 mile SSW of Aberdeen
1.3” – Leola
1.0” – Fort Pierre
1.0” – 18 miles N of Holabird
1.0” – North Sioux City, SD
1.0” – Hospers, IA
1.0” – Sioux City, IA

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Brandon Spinner
Chief Meteorologist