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On February 6th and 7th, several rounds of light snow led to minor to moderate snowfall accumulations to northeastern Wyoming and western South Dakota, with highest amounts west of the Black Hills and over the South Dakota plains from eastern Meade through southern Ziebach Counties. Strong winds during and after the snow led to blowing and drifting while contributing to dangerously cold conditions that extended into February 8th.


Black Hawk, SD
Courtesy of Zephi P.

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