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Snow moved into the area during the early morning hours of Tuesday December 29, 2020.  Light to even moderate snow persisted through the morning and afternoon hours, before coming to an end by the evening.  The snow reduced visibility less than 1/4 mile at times, and quickly accumulated during the middle of the day.  Total snow accumulations ranged between 2 and 6" of snow.  In Sioux Falls, the 4.6" of snow that was recorded set a new daily record.  The previous record was 4.0" of snow which took place on 1907 and 1923.

Unlike a winter storm that moved through the region the prior week, winds during this event were much lower.  However roads were still severely impacted with reports of accidents throughout the region. 

Radar Loop of Snow
Radar Loop of Snow
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