Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Aberdeen, SD

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Aberdeen SD
636 PM CST Tue Jan 17 2017

SDZ007-008-021-023-181415-
Marshall-Roberts-Grant-Deuel-
Including the cities of...Britton...Sisseton...Milbank...
Clear Lake
636 PM CST Tue Jan 17 2017

Locally strong and gusty winds are expected along the eastern
slopes of the Sisseton Hills tonight. Westerly winds of 25 to
40 mph with occasional gusts over 55 mph are likely. The
locations most affected will be the higher terrain areas of the
Sisseton Hills as well as up to 15 miles east of the hills. This
includes Interstate 29 between Summit and Peever...or between mile
markers 210 and 225. U.S. Highway 12 from Summit to Milbank may
also experience strong winds. Other areas that may experience very
strong winds include Veblen, Hillhead, Marvin, Twin Brooks,
Stockholm, Strandburg, La Bolt, and Gary. The strong winds will
promote blowing and drifting snow, along with very low visibility.
Anyone with travel plans across far northeast South Dakota should
be prepared for inclement weather and are urged to slow down and
allow for extra distance between vehicles if need be. The worst
conditions are expected between 10 PM CST tonight and 6 AM CST
Wednesday.

$$

Dorn



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