Snow impacting journey in Black Hills


SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Snow in western South Dakota is creating tough journey situations.

Snow began falling early on Monday, which prompted a winter climate advisory to be issued for the northern and central Black Hills the place 3-6 inches of snow is anticipated. Robust winds are additionally a part of the forecast for the realm.

The South Dakota Freeway Patrol says street situations are deteriorating because of the snow.

The Freeway Patrol shared a photograph of a semi tipped alongside US Freeway 85 between Cheyenne Crossing and the Wyoming line.

SD street situations

Highway situations throughout South Dakota change shortly and drivers can get an concept of what to anticipate on the South Dakota 511 web site.

SD511 at 11:25 a.m. CT Monday

The next roads are marked as slippery with scattered snow and ice within the Black Hills:

  • US-385 between Custer and Deadwood
  • US-14A between Spearfish and Deadwood
  • US-14A between Deadwood and Sturgis
  • US-85 between Wyoming State Line and I-90
  • US-14A between Spearfish and Deadwood

A number of highways within the japanese a part of the state are additionally stated to be slippery together with:

  • SD-44 between Parkston and I-29
  • SD-19 between I-90 at Humboldt and SD-34
  • SD-34 between Madison and Minnesota State Line

KELOLAND Closeline

As climate situations change, verify the KELOLAND Closeline for the newest college and companies closings throughout South Dakota. A number of cities additionally put snow emergency info on the Closeline.

Dwell cams

You possibly can watch because the storm strikes into South Dakota by visiting our KELOLAND Dwell Cam web page. It consists of views from greater than 30 communities throughout our space so you possibly can verify because the climate adjustments.