No travel advised for southern hills— updated forecast

RAPID CITY, S.D. — According to the latest weather forecast by Chief Meteorologist Bob Riggio there will be wide-spread heavy snow by midnight tonight across South Dakota, North Dakota and Wyoming.

The heavy snow should last through the morning Saturday with wind gusts up to 60 mph, but by the afternoon on Saturday the system begins to break up and we might see some sunshine. By Sunday the storm system should have passed and there should be plenty of sunshine.

8-12” expected in the lower elevations, 12-24” expected in the northern hills.

SDDOT released a no travel advisory for most of the southern hills as of now.


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