February 9, 2002 Snowstorm

A potent winter storm dropped up to 21 inches of snow in the Northern Black Hills Saturday, February 9th, 2002. The biggest problem with this storm was the strong winds and blowing snow, which reduced visibilities in many locations to hundreds of feet.

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
135 PM MST SAT FEB 9 2002
SNOWFALL REPORTS FROM NORTHEAST WYOMING AND WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
THROUGH 1 PM MST.
WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA
LAWRENCE COUNTY
TRAILS HEAD LODGE 21.0 INCHES
DEADWOOD 18.5 INCHES
CHEYENNE CROSSING 18.0 INCHES
LEAD 18.0 INCHES
TERRY PEAK 16.0 INCHES
GALENA 16.0 INCHES
PENNINGTON COUNTY
ROCHFORD 8.0 INCHES
WASTA 4.0 INCHES
EAST RAPID CITY 1.0 INCHES
HARDING COUNTY
HARDING 3SE 3.0 INCHES
CAMP CROOK 2.0 INCHES
BUTTE COUNTY
BELLE FOURCHE 4.0 INCHES
HOOVER 2.0 INCHES
SHANNON COUNTY
PINE RIDGE 3.0 INCHES
JACKSON COUNTY
KADOKA 3.0 INCHES
HAKOON COUNTY
18 NW PHILIP 3.0 INCHES
MILESVILLE 2.0 INCHES
ZIEBACH COUNTY
GLAD VALLEY 2.0 INCHES
WESTON COUNTY
4 CORNERS 6.0 INCHES
UPTON 2.0 INCHES
CROOK COUNTY
HULETT 7.0 INCHES
SUNDANCE 5.0 INCHES
ROCKY POINT 2.0 INCHES
CAMPBELL COUNTY
2NW ECHETA 3.0 INCHES
TRIPP COUNTY
WINNER 2-4 INCHES
TODD COUNTY
MISSION 1-2 INCHES
MELLETTE COUNTY
WHITE RIVER 4-5 INCHES

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