March 30-31, 2009 Blizzard

The second blizzard in a week hit the Black Hills region March 30-31, 2009.  With wind gusts over 40 mph, many locations on the open plains had whiteout conditions much of Monday.  Snowfall reports received include:

36.00   Lead
27.00   5 W Downtown Spearfish
24.60   2 NE Deadwood
24.00   1 SW Downtown Sturgis
21.00   11 SSW Reva
20.00   Nemo
15.90   4 NNW Whitewood
15.00   9 N Box Elder
15.00   5 E Porcupine
14.00   Colony
12.50   Rapid City Airport
12.20   Rapid Valley
12.00   4 NE Hill City
12.00   17 NW Philip
12.00   11 S Hulett
12.00   8 WNW Usta
11.60   Downtown Rapid City
11.00   7 ENE New Underwood
10.00   11 SSE Hamill
10.00   17 N Recluse
10.00   12 SW Maurine
10.00   25 SW Opal
 9.50   19 ESE Hermosa
8.50   16 N Hulett
 8.00   3 W White River
8.00   1 N Hisega
8.00   2 NW Sundance
7.00   6 SE Fairburn
7.00   1 NE Cedar Butte
6.00   15 NE Long Valley
6.00   11 SSW Philip
6.00   2 SE Colony
6.00   11 ESE Zeona
5.50   1 W Hermosa
5.50   5 NNW Fairburn
5.50   1 E Buckhorn
5.00   8 E Smithwick
5.00   5 SE Downtown Hot Springs
5.00   2 E Okreek
4.50   5 E Oelrichs
4.00   8 NW Downtown Custer
4.00   Allen
4.00   6 SW Hermosa
4.00   5 NNW Downtown Custer
4.00   6 SW Upton
4.00   Downtown Gillette
3.50   2 SW Swett
3.50   9 W Downtown Hot Springs
3.00   25 WSW Wright
3.00   7 W Hermosa
2.00   5 NE Downtown Custer
2.00   19 SW Upton

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