Good afternoon to you, local or non-local of the south-central portion of the state!
On this day, in 1990, a low pressure system propagated eastward across the nation, with heavy snow set on the path of the High Plains. Of them, South Dakota saw the highest accumulations of snowfall. From Pierre to Huron, the central region of the state, a band of 10 to 12 inches of snow fell, whereas areas around this band saw 3 to 6 inches of snowfall. To put this into perspective with our area, we tend to only see around 3 inches of snowfall for the entire month of February!
Have a great day!