Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Sioux Falls SD
455 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018

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455 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of central South
Dakota, east central South Dakota, south central South Dakota,
and southeast South Dakota.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

A brief period of light rain or drizzle early evening may briefly
mix with freezing rain or sleet, before a quick change over to
snow. A light glaze of ice is possible, as temperatures fall
following an increase in gusty northerly winds of 25 to 40 mph.
Snow and blowing snow are expected to continue overnight. Very
low visibility is likely, possibly near whiteout during falling
snow.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

Snow will taper off Thursday morning, but strong northerly winds
with areas of blowing snow will continue into the afternoon.
Winds will quickly diminish after sunset Thursday evening. Storm
total snowfall of 2 to 4 inches is expected.

Light snow will return Friday with a risk for 1 to 2 inches of
fluffy snow over the region.

Bitter cold temperatures will produce overnight wind chills
between -10 and -30 through the weekend and daytime wind chills
between 0 and -20.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation will not be needed.

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455 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of northwest Iowa,
west central Iowa, southwest Minnesota, northeast Nebraska, east
central South Dakota, and southeast South Dakota.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Areas of fog east of Interstate 29 will diminish by early evening.
Otherwise, a brief period of light mixed precipitation this
evening with potential for spotty light icing will quickly change
over to snow in the late evening and early overnight, after
northerly winds increase to a gusty 25 to 40 mph. Snow and blowing
snow are expected to continue overnight. Very low visibility is
possible during snowfall.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

Snow will gradually end from west to east Thursday morning, with
areas of blowing snow continuing through the afternoon. Gusty
winds will quickly diminish after sunset Thursday evening. Storm
total snowfall up to 2 inches is expected, with several areas an
inch or less.

Light snow will return Friday with a risk for 1 to 2 inches of
fluffy snow over the region.

Bitter cold temperatures will produce overnight wind chills
between -10 and -30 through the weekend and daytime wind chills
between 0 and -20.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation will not be needed.

$$

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455 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of northwest Iowa,
west central Iowa, and southwest Minnesota.

.DAY ONE...Tonight

Areas of fog will diminish by early evening. Spotty light rain or
drizzle this evening may briefly mix with freezing rain and
sleet late evening or early overnight, before changing quickly to
snow. Spotty light icing will be possible. Winds will shift north
and increase to 25 to 40 mph after midnight, creating areas of
blowing snow late. Near whiteout conditions are possible during
snowfall late tonight.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday

Snow and blowing snow with severely reduced visibility will
continue Thursday morning, with snow gradually tapering off early
Thursday afternoon. Areas of blowing snow will taper off as winds
ease after sunset Thursday. Storm total snowfall of 2 to 4 inches
is expected.

Light snow will return Friday with a risk for 1 to 2 inches of
fluffy snow over the region.

Bitter cold temperatures will produce overnight wind chills
between -10 and -30 through the weekend and daytime wind chills
between 0 and -20.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation will not be needed.

$$



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