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Significant snow expected through Thursday Evening

Accumulating snow still expected Wednesday night and Thursday

Winter is not over yet - more snow this week

Significant snow to impact many

Early week snow set to impact the area

Accumulating snow to create impacts for some

Tracking a winter storm that brings snow, cold air

Significant snow is expected to impact the area Sunday and into Monday

Winter storm to impact South Dakota this weekend

Blizzard moves in tonight through Saturday night

Heavy snow and high winds to create significant impacts

Heavy snow and blizzard conditions Friday night into Saturday

Significant winter storm coming together for the weekend

Light snow to impact the area tonight and Tuesday

Turn back the clocks one hour this weekend

Light snow accumulations expected overnight

Wintry weather returns to the area Saturday

Winter storm latest: Heavy snow and strong winds ahead

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Forecast Video

Posted: 5:15 AM - Meteorologist Ethan Emery has an updated forecast! Find out the latest on the dry week followed by the potential for snowfall on Easter weekend in this webcast!

Posted: 04/03/2020 - In our continuing series of KOTA Territory Weather School, we look at Computer Models. Part 2 - Which is better: The American or European computer model?

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Latest News

Updated: 12:14 PM - The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office has cleared a deputy who shot a dog in his Whitewood neighborhood March 5.
Updated: 11:56 AM - South Dakota's Department of Health reports that two more people have died due to COVID-19, bringing the total to six.
Updated: 9:25 AM - The Gray Television National Investigative Team, InvestigateTV, is monitoring numbers from around the United States related to coronavirus COVID-19.
Posted: 11:32 AM - After shooting his neighbor's dog in the face in March, the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office says the investigation found that their deputy did not violate policy.
Updated: 04/07/2020 - The hospital is using models to determine how to deal with the upcoming peak.