This was the fourth record low temp in the past 13 days. Winds will also be on the gusty side coming from the northwest at 20-25 miles per hour. That one will linger into early Saturday.
And more snow is on its way. Snow amounts will not be anywhere near this past weekend but Cable is forecasting 2 to 5 inches of snow in Sioux Falls.
Forecasters also said accumulating snow will be possible Tuesday night into Wednesday in northeast Nebraska. "It's certainly not as bad as what we just saw". "We know that we have a number of intersections and streets that are blocked off right now. traffic at different parts of East Greensboro is hard at this point in time". "Typically, we see 50 to 60 degrees, but it'll be nothing like that". Mostly sunny skies are expected through Friday with high temps falling into the upper 50s and low 60s through the rest of the week.
The lower temperatures will allow for a slower melt, thus preventing major flooding concerns, she added. Paul International Airport said flight operations had resumed as of Sunday morning after a spate of flight cancellations on Saturday.
In the month of April, 14.8 inches of snow has fallen in St. Cloud.
The estimated time of the storm was 3:45 AM at Lamar University, and 4:05 AM in Orange.
The city of Mitchell began digging out from the storm Saturday evening and through Sunday.
The advisory was in effect until 9 a.m.
The heaviest accumulation was expected to be along and north of Interstate 90, with a dusting of snow and spotty slick spots farther south along and north of interstates 88 and 290.
Initial forecasts showed high snowfall totals because the winter storm appeared on track to generate snow from both Pacific moisture and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, said Todd Chambers, a meteorologist with NWS Billings. The wind will be variable 5-15 miles per hour.