Rain/Snow pushing through the Black Hills Wednesday
Some roads are slick this morning with heavy, wet snow - and we could see these conditions continue for the next couple of days.
- Moderate to heavy rain/snow bands will push across the region today, with accumulations expected in some areas.
- Temperatures will struggle to reach the 40s for most of us, with a possible break in the action towards midday.
Here are a look at current road conditions across the region.
Here’s a look at the current active radar.
- Individual snow bands could make travel difficult at times, with slick roads and large, heavy snowflakes that could drop visibility.
- By tonight, we could see a break in the action with a few stubborn rain/snow bands hugging close to the Black Hills.
- These could produce accumulations in some isolated spots, but overall most of the area should get a decent break until Thursday morning.
- The vast majority of our area will see less than 2″ of snow, but those living in the higher elevations of the Black Hills and areas East of the Black Hills should expect isolated pockets of heavy snow accumulations… possibly up to 3″-5″ in some cases.
- This unsettled pattern is expected to continue at least Friday… where details of our next system are a little shaky, but suggest that the Southern portion of our area could receive a good amount of moisture… possibly in the form of snow.
- Be sure to stick with Newscenter1 for the latest… we’ll be sure to keep you updated! – Brant