Today in Weather History

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On this day, in 1996, heavy snowfall piles onto northern South Dakota, to which added to already significant snow depth from a previous snowstorm. This snowstorm produced six to eight inches of snow across the area, paralyzing travel and cancelling events. Below is a table that shows snowfall totals across the area impacted.

LocationSnowfall (Inches)
Aberdeen, Isabel, Roscoe, Mellette6.0
Eagle Butte, Timber Lake, Selby, Faulkton, Leola, Frederick, Webster, Sisseton7.0
Britton, Ipswich, Eureka, McLaughlin8.0
(National Weather Service)

That’s all for today! Thanksgiving is coming up, we hope you have a great holiday!

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