Snowfall totals from overnight and early Wednesday morning

PNSFSD
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
845 AM CST WED DEC 14 2005
...WET SNOWFALL ACROSS OUR AREA OVERNIGHT...
THE FIRST OF SEVERAL SNOWFALL EVENTS OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS LEFT
SNOWFALL AMOUNTS UP TO 4 INCHES IN ITS WAKE. HOWEVER WARM
TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT IN THE LOW TO MID 30S PROMOTED A SLOW MELTING
OF THE SNOW AS IT FELL. AT MANY LOCATIONS...ONLY HALF OF THE SNOW
WHICH HAD FALLEN WAS STILL ON THE GROUND BY DAY BREAK.
SNOWFALL REPORTS THROUGH 800 AM CDT
...SOUTH DAKOTA...
BROOKINGS           1.5 INCHES
CANTON              1.0 INCH
CHAMBERLAIN         0.1 INCHES
FLANDREAU           2.0 INCHES
HURON               TRACE
MITCHELL            TRACE
SIOUX FALLS         1.0 INCH
WHITE LAKE          TRACE
WINFRED 2S          0.8 INCHES
...MINNESOTA...
IVANHOE             2.0 INCHES
JACKSON             2.0 INCHES
MARSHALL            1.0 INCH
PIPESTONE           3.0 INCHES
SLAYTON             3.0 INCHES
WINDOM              1.0 INCH
WORTHINGTON         4.0 INCHES
...IOWA...
AKRON               TRACE
EVERLY              2.0 INCHES
HOLSTEIN            1.5 INCHES
OCHEYEDAN           3.5 INCHES
ORANGE CITY         1.5 INCHES
PRIMGHAR            2.0 INCHES
ROCK RAPIDS         1.5 INCHES
ROCK VALLEY         0.5 INCHES
SIBLEY              2.0 INCHES
SPENCER             2.0 INCHES
STORM LAKE          3.0 INCHES
...NEBRASKA...
EMERSON             0.5 INCHES
PONCA               TRACE
$$
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