November 10th 2008 Weather Outlook

9 11 2008

Monday’s Weather Outlook; Plains System

9:00PM

On Monday, a system will push into the Plains, as lake effect snow contonues in the Great Lakes. Lake effect snow will be possible down wind of the lakes on Monday, some areas may recieve over 8 inches of snow. Showers and storms will be possible through the day in portions of the Plains. Some snow may be possible in Nebraska, Kansas,a nd Colorado. In the Afternoon, in the Sourthern Plains, with limited instibility, some storms may become severe. With the main threats being damaging winds, hail, and isolated tornadoes. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Monday.

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November 5-8th 2008 Plains Blizzard Final Snow Totals

9 11 2008

November 5-8th Plains Blizzard, Final Snow Totals

4:00PM

An early season blizzard affected the region November 5-8th. The highest snow total was in Deadwood, SD where 45.7 inches of snow fell, which set a record. Blizard conditions were felt over a large area with this storm. Below is the top 5 snow totals from each state affected.

North Dakota:                                               South Dakota:

Orrin, ND – 22.0″                                                     Deadwood, SD – 45.7″

Voltaire, ND – 20.0″                                                    Lead, SD – 30.0″

Velva, ND – 18.0″                                                    Silver City, SD – 25.8″

Towner, ND – 15.0″                                                Whitewood, SD – 24.0″

Balfour, ND – 15.0″                                                 Rapid City, SD – 18.5″

Minnesota:                                                     Nebraska:

Slayton, MN – 5.0″                                                 Hay Springs, NE – 12.0″

Marshall, MN – 5.0″                                                 Rushville, NE – 12.0″

Olivia, MN – 5.0″                                                       Gordon, NE – 6.0″

Watertown, MN – 5.0″                                              Merriman, NE – 5.0″

Madison, MN – 4.5″                                                  Elsmere, NE – 2.5″

Wyoming:                                                       Montana:

Sundance, WY – 12.0″                                               Carlyle, MT – 4.0″

Afton, WY – 8.0″                                                      Lambert, MT – 3.0″

Upton, WY – 8.0″                                                      Mildred, MT – 3.0″

Alva, WY – 8.0″                                                      Bloomfield, MT – 2.0″

Colony, WY – 8.0″

Iowa:

Everly, IA – 4.0″

Spirit Lake, IA – 3.0″

Sibley, IA – 3.0″

Sheldon, IA – 2.8:

Ocheyedan, IA – 2.5″