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Snow Alert Issued in Sioux Falls

A Snow Alert has been issued in the City of Sioux Falls. here's the details and zone schedule. Don't get ticketed and towed.

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10 Best After Storm Tips I’ve Heard

Call them the 10 best tips I've heard when it comes to after-storm cleanup efforts. Best one? Don't chip ice or shovel snow. I can live with that but... why?

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Major Sioux Falls Snow Removal [AUDIO]

In light of the five to six inches of snow received overnight in Sioux Falls, Gaylynn Huber of Sioux Falls Streets says his crews have been on the job since midnight.

Huber tells KSOO Radio:  "right now, we have all our motor graders and all of our contract motor graders working

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Tracking Spring Storm in South Dakota

South Dakota is bracing for a spring snowstorm that is packing quite a bit of energy and precipitation. The maps and latest forecast is here.

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Spring Snowstorm Hits Central States, Pushes East

PITTSBURGH - A wide-ranging storm is headed toward the East Coast after blanketing the Midwest and burying thoughts of springtime weather under a blanket of heavy wet snow and slush, though less snow is predicted to fall as the storm moves eastward.

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Clear Sidewalks of Snow, Ice

SIOUX FALLS - The build-up of ice and snow on city sidewalks can be a nuisance, but for some people it’s dangerous and stops them in their tracks.

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Storm Slows Midwest Commute, Buries Plains in Snow

DES MOINES, Iowa - A snowstorm left behind varying amounts of snow and ice across the Midwest, but those areas affected were united by one thing Friday morning: difficult travel conditions.

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The Latest On The Snow [AUDIO]

National Weather Service Meteorologist Jen Hacker says Sioux Falls received 4 to 5 inches of snow overnight. Another storm coming?

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Plains Storm Gathers Strength, Cited in Road Death

ST. LOUIS - Parts of the nation's heartland awoke Thursday to more than half a foot of snow, as a large storm made its way eastward out of the Rockies, snarling traffic for morning commuters and allowing an army of children to trade pen and paper for shovel and sled, at least for a day.

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Winter In N.C. Not Like SoDak

In South Dakota, we wouldn't have given the same conditions much of a thought. In Charlotte, it was practically a state of emergency.

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