Right on the heels of that powerful Nor'easter that dumped over three feet of snow in some places across the northeast, it looks like things are going to feel a lot more like winter as we start February.
The Clipper system that brought us rain and snow last night is on track to produce a foot of snow or more to parts of New England, as well as wind gusts up to 70-80mph. But what exactly is a Nor'easter?
Here's a look at some of the snow totals we have received from the last two day.s
It's hard to believe that it's already 2015, let alone the middle of January. While we saw snow and cooler temperatures earlier in the month, we've recently been under a warmer air mass boasting temperatures typically seen in the spring. Why are we seeing these temperatures if it's mid January?
The climate continues to change, and now the numbers are coming in.
Here's a list the latest snow totals from Monday's Winter Storm
A quick moving system looks to bring a half a foot of snow overnight.
Dangerously cold temperatures are set to return to the KDLT Viewing area during the day Saturday and they don’t look to let loose of their grip until next weekend.
A blast of arctic air is making its way through the region and with it comes the dangerous cold air.
We all knew the month of November was cold, but it goes down in the record books as the 10th coldest all time for the state of South Dakota.
Monday, Mother Nature brought us a little bit of everything. Rain, sleet, freezing rain, and snow all fell across the Sioux Empire and left hundreds without power.
After nearly three weeks without seeing measureable snow in Sioux Falls, Old Man Winter is making a comeback.
The warmer than usual month of December looks to continue. Above freezing temperatures are expected the next several days!
A national study done by FiveThirtyEight.com has concluded that 3 of the top 8 cities in the United States with the most Unpredictable weather are located in South Dakota, with Sioux Falls coming in at No. 4.The study surveyed data from each of the 120 National Weather Service locations across the 50 states and compiled a database comparing 10 weather statistics and how unpredictable they are in each city. This study was on how unpredictable the weather is and NOT if the weather is good or bad (i.e. “In San Diego, to a first approximation, it’s always 72 degrees and sunny. In Seattle, to a first approximation, it’s always 59 degrees and drizzly. Most people like San Diego’s weather better, but both cities have fairly predictable weather patterns. “).