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A November Arctic Blast

An early blast of cold arctic air will consume much of the eastern two-thirds of the U.S. over the next few days, making it feel like the middle of winter. Numerous record lows and record low maximum temperatures are expected through Wednesday, as temperatures average 20 to 30 degrees below normal. Read More >

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October 2019 in Review

Published 2019-11-05

October 2019 in Review

Winter Hazard Awareness Week in Minnesota

Published 2019-11-04

Winter Hazard Awareness Week in Minnesota

NOAA's 2019-2020 Winter Outlook

Published 2019-10-18

Latest Snowfall Totals Ending Morning of 10/12/19

Published 2019-10-12

September 2019 In Review

Published 2019-10-01

September 2019 In Review

Severe Weather Possible Tonight Into Early Monday Morning

Published 2019-09-30

Severe weather, namely large hail and possibly damaging winds, is possible tonight into early Monday morning. North central South Dakota is most at risk, but portions of central and northeastern South Dakota could see severe storm activity as well.

September 9th Tornado Summary (Updated for Tornado near Watertown)

Published 2019-09-16

Kennebec Sets Yearly Precipitation Record

Published 2019-09-13

Kennebec Sets Yearly Precipitation Record

Preliminary NWS Damage Survey For 09/09/19 Tornado Event

Published 2019-09-10

Preliminary NWS Damage Survey For 09/09/19 Tornado Event

Severe Weather possible late this afternoon into the early overnight hours

Published 2019-09-10

Showers and stronger storms will develop across central SD this evening and track to eastern SD late this evening and overnight. Scattered to numerous storms could become severe, with an enhanced risk of severe weather across much of south central SD. Another round of strong to potentially severe storms will be possible late Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night.