Rapid City Area Road Report
3:40 p.m. – City Crews have been working throughout the day keeping main roads, emergency routes, and collectors as clear as possible. Ground temperatures from the recent warm weather has helped keep road conditions “decent” during the day.
Day and night crews will be overlapping their shifts to maximize their cleaning efforts. Road conditions will continue to be monitored by night crews and the National Weather Service predicts continuing snowfall through the night. Officials advise drivers to use caution, allow extra time in their travels, drive the road conditions and be aware of slippery conditions.
7:45 a.m. – City crews have initiated plow efforts in various areas of the City, also working to push slush buildup off the streets with priority attention on hills, main lines, emergency routes and collectors. Drivers urged to use caution during the morning commute and be aware of changing weather and road conditions.
5:23 a.m. – According to Rapid City Street Department; crews are out monitoring the snow event, focusing close attention on main lines, hills, collectors and residential areas.
We have received approximately three inches of snowfall overnight mainly sticking in the grassy areas. With the warmer temperatures, it has melted on roadways except for some slushy areas scattered through the city.
Crews will continue to monitor the situation and are prepared to adapt to changing road conditions through the day and into the evening with overlapping crews. Drive with caution as there may be scattered slippery conditions during the morning commute.
Updates on road conditions will be posted as they become available throughout the day.