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Snow and Ice Continue to Impact Region Through Tuesday

Accumulating snow will continue through Tuesday across much of the region, while portions of northwest Iowa and parts of neighboring states experience issues from freezing drizzle transitioning to small amounts of snow. Read More >

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Snow Moves Across the Region - February 8-9, 2018

Published 2018-02-09

Persistent light snows over a 24 hour period brought accumulating snow to the region. In total, accumulations between 2 and 5" were common.

Latest Snowfall Reports Across The Region

Published 2018-02-05

Feel free to check here for the latest snowfall reports from the across the region. Additional reports will be added as observers send in reports throughout the afternoon and evening hours.

Arctic Air Remains In Place Across The Region

Published 2018-02-01

Frigid temperatures and bitter wind chills will persist through tonight as arctic air continues to plague much of the Northern Plains...

January 22, 2018 Blizzard

Published 2018-01-24

A strong low pressure system brought blizzard conditions to portions of the region. Gusty northerly winds over 35-40 mph at times and significant snowfall totals over a foot were observed over portions of northeast Nebraska, far southeast South Dakota, n

Line of Severe Storms with Damaging Winds - September 19, 2017

Published 2017-09-20

A line of strong to severe storms moved across the region during the evening and into the overnight hours. The line produced damaging winds in many locations, along with a few reports of large hail.

Line of Severe Storms with Heavy Rain - August 25, 2017

Published 2017-08-26

A line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved east across the region on the evening of Friday, August 25, 2017. The line produced hail to ping pong ball size, wind gusts to 60 mph, and rainfall of 1-2+ inches.

Solar Eclipse Day Storm Summary - August 21, 2017

Published 2017-08-22

Scattered strong to severe thunderstorms impacted the region on Monday, August 21, 2017, during a long-anticipated solar eclipse. The storms produced large hail, damaging winds and heavy rain including up to 7 inches in southeast Sioux Falls.

August 18th 2017 Tornadic Supercell

Published 2017-08-20

A line of thunderstorms formed across portions of western Minnesota and eastern South Dakota during the late afternoon hours of Friday August 18th. A strong, cyclic supercell on the tail end of the line produced multiple tornadoes during the evening.

Summary of Hailstorms on August, 13, 2017

Published 2017-08-14

A few clusters of thunderstorms quickly became severe across southeast South Dakota into southwest Minnesota during the evening hours. These scattered strong to severe storms produced up to golf ball size, and localized heavy rain to over 2 inches.

Tuesday August 1st Severe Storms

Published 2017-08-02

Tuesday afternoon severe storms quickly developed in far southeast South Dakota, into parts of southwest Minnesota, and northwest Iowa. Large hail accompanied these storms as they drifted southeastward into the early evening hours.