Thermometers haven't reached freezing since New Year's Eve.
But, today was the first sign of warmer weather to come - so some in the Black Hills got outside to enjoy it.
This week's freezing temperatures are keeping snow plows busy - as they continue to clean up after Monday's storm.
Chemical treatments stop working well when the thermometer reaches sub zero temperatures.
It started with freezing fog Sunday night and turned into snow early Monday morning. That snow made travel a challenge in parts of the Black Hills Monday.
If you were dreaming of a White Christmas this year, you certainly got one.
It's looking like a White Christmas for much of the Black Hills.
We've seen the sub-zero numbers on thermometers all day.
So, we did some experiments to show just what freezing really looks like.
Another local business is helping you dress the best for today's low temperatures.
Roamin' Around has you covered with gear from head to toe to help you brave the cold.
The snow has been falling and the temperatures have been dropping.
It wasn't an easy commute to work this morning in the Northern Hills with poor road conditions along the interstate from Spearfish to Sturgis.
State officials have closed Interstate 90 from Exit 10 in Spearfish to Exit 55 in Rapid City due to strong winds and blowing snow.
Much of the western Dakotas is under a winter storm warning, as heavy snow and strong winds pound the area.
It's hard to think about preparing for snow when the weather is still nice, but the City of Rapid City and the 211 Helpline Center want you to get started with a new text alert program.
We've been seeing more and more rain across the Black Hills... but how is it affecting fire danger?
You might have noticed that Sunday started out hot and sunny, but quickly turned to clouds, rain and hail in some areas Sunday afternoon.
Tornadoes were reported in Campbell and Todd Counties.