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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,…

February 19th and 20th Snow Totals

Into the start of this week, a series of low pressure systems moved through southern parts of the Sioux Empire. Each one brought a round of snow. The first round started in the morning hours on Monday, and the others started during the late afternoon Monday into Tuesday. Below is not only a radar loop of some of the heavier…

Say It Ain’t Snow…

Could The Sioux Empire See Significant Snow This Weekend?

After sitting underneath temperatures anywhere between 10-20 degrees warmer than usual, it’s hard to believe that the Sioux Empire could be bracing for its first real snow storm of the 2017/2018 Winter Season. A Colorado Low is expected to develop then move southeastern portions of the forecast area starting Saturday and, as it moves northeast, it could bring some significant…

Where Is All That Snow?

Waking Up Thursday... You May Have Noticed Something (Or Lack There Of)

Myself, Joe as well as Alex started talking about a potential incoming snow storm starting as early as Friday of last week; that’s when our models started to agree more that a system was going to be pushing through the Plains towards the middle of that next week (now this week). However, what was still, no pun intended, “up in…