Uncertainty remains with this storm, but the highest impacts are likely to be in the plains, east of Rapid City.
Significant snow and wind will create impossible travel conditions for many.
A significant storm will create blizzard conditions for many from Friday night through Saturday night.
Wind gusts up to 60+ mph are expected, which will make travel extremely difficult and even impossible for many.
As we get closer to the weekend, it is looking more likely that we get our first big winter storm of the season.
Snow showers will move into the area overnight and continue through much of the day Tuesday
Daylight Saving Time comes to an end Sunday morning at 2 a.m.
Snow showers will move into the area this evening and come to an end Tuesday. Roads may be slippery for the morning commute.
A strong front will bring cold air, snow and strong winds to the area Saturday.
Heavy snow is likely overnight and into the morning hours with winds gusting up to 50 mph.
Heavy snow, strong winds and frigid air will move in during the day Wednesday and continue through...
We have not witnessed a full moon on Friday the 13th since October 13, 2000.
Best time to see them is SATURDAY night, with less of a chance Sunday night.
The aurora will be active for many in the northern half of the United States.
On July 23, 2010, the largest recorded hailstone ever recorded fell in Vivian, South Dakota.