Winter weather advisories posted: Multiple snow events through Sunday morning
Between Thursday evening and Sunday morning, Snow is expected to strafe the area in smaller events rather than one large event
Here are the advisories posted for our area.
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RAPID CITY HAS ISSUED A WIND CHILL ADVISORY
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN RAPID CITY HAS ISSUED A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY
- Currently there are partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the mid to upper teens in Rapid City
- Thursday evening will see an increase in clouds and single digit temperatures. Snow will begin to fall sometime after midnight, and continue into Friday morning.
- A distinct band will set up along a stationary front, providing moderate accumulations through Friday morning. 3-5″ is generally expected in Rapid City, with perhaps higher amounts in the Western hills.
- Snow will taper off Friday evening before kicking off again for Saturday. Another 2-4″ is possible with that system as well, but much uncertainty remains regarding Saturday’s system.
- Perhaps a few light snow showers will remain Sunday, before most precipitation pushes out Sunday afternoon. The beginning of next week will be chilly and dry.
Here is the Futurecast for the next 48 hours
Snow Accumulations Expected through Friday Evening. Another snow event Saturday could dump another 2-4 inches across our area.
Expected Temperatures moving forward
Tune in for further updates!