Winter Storm Xenia Sends Climate Change Packing

Winter Storm Xenia The last winter storm of March delivered some of the most snow of the season for some cities. Xenia was another widespread storm especially when you consider it is officially spring. On March 31st there was whiteout … Continue reading

October Global Freezing & Snow Records in South Dakota

Global Freezing Global freezing has hit the first week of October. Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming received heavy amounts of snow for this time of year. Snow accumulation records have been shattered in several cities. The snowstorm was on October … Continue reading

Record Breaking Temperatures From April’s 4th Winter Storm Zeus

Winter Storm Zeus Breaking Records The 4th winter storm in April, called Storm Zeus, is breaking old low temperature records and snow accumulation records. The first three storms did the same. The four winter storms were named Walda, Xerxes, Yogi … Continue reading

Winter Storm Yogi Bears Down

Winter Storm Yogi continues to bear down on several states. Wyoming, Colorado, Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota have been hammered with snow, ice and freezing temperatures. Winter storm Yogi comes right off the back of winter storm Walda just … Continue reading

South Dakota Governor Issues Emergency Declaration

South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard has issued an Emergency Declaration in wake of a recent ice storm. The declaration allows the use of equipment from the Department of Transportation and their personnel to be used to help local officials. Emergency … Continue reading

Winter Storm Walda Widespread

Winter storm Walda has spread its snow and freezing temperatures into several states. April snowstorms and ice accumulation have hit Colorado, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. Some other states feeling unusually … Continue reading