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Severe Weather Possible Tuesday

After a quiet and dry weekend across the Sioux Empire our atmosphere is looking like it might light some fireworks of its own, one week ahead of the national holiday. Severe weather looks likely into central South Dakota on Tuesday… continue reading ›

Storm Photos From June 13th

A low pressure system and a line of severe thunderstorms, as well as tornado warned cells, moved through central and eastern portions of the KDLT forecast area yesterday starting in the mid afternoon. We have received several pictures and put… continue reading ›

2017 Summer Outlook

Memorial Day weekend is upon us, meaning the start of summer is just around the corner! Most would say that Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer as a most schools have ended classes and the weather begins to… continue reading ›

May 1st Snow Totals

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… continue reading ›

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Lightning

Lightning, Michael Rydland Severe weather season is upon us and this week is Severe Weather Awareness Week across South Dakota. Each day this week we tackled a different severe weather topic leading to our final day today. Monday, Brandon took… continue reading ›

Severe Weather Awareness Week: Flooding

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 Brandon broke down the difference between a Watch… continue reading ›

Snow Totals: March 12 & 13th

March is generally the snowiest month of the year for most of us and through 12 days that has proved to be true! The snow has now moved out and the clean up across the area is already underway. Some… continue reading ›

The Troubles Of Forecasting Snow

When the winter season begins, a new challenge begins for meteorologists - forecasting snow. Enough of it can call off school, cause cities and towns to issue snow alerts and insulate crops during the winter months but whether it's a… continue reading ›

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