(Audio) Winter Storm Warning Now Includes West Point Area

(Audio) Winter Storm Warning Now Includes West Point Area

(Audio) Winter Storm Warning Now Includes West Point Area

The heaviest snow in the region was expected to fall late Thursday night to early Friday afternoon.

The National Weather Service has updated its Winter Storm Warning to include Thurston, Stanton, Cuming, Platte and Colfax counties from 10 pm this evening until midnight Friday. Up to 12 inches is predicted with higher amounts possible in scattered locations. The Winter Storm Watch is no longer in effect.* TIMING.Rain, or a rain and snow mix Thursday evening will become all snow during Thursday night. A band of heavy snowfall is expected to develop across portions of eastern Wyoming, southern South Dakota, and northern Nebraska Thursday, with 6 inches or more of snowfall possible. The Spirit Lake-Sergeant Bluff-Luton boys basketball tournament game at Spirit Lake set for Thursday night has been postponed until 5 p.m. Saturday.

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The National Weather Service said the combination of heavy snowfall and gusty winds will reduce visibilities and make travel hazardous to almost impossible during the storm.

After weeks of balmy weather, Sioux Falls and much of the surrounding region is bracing for a big, blustery blizzard which may bring unsafe whiteout driving conditions. The National Weather Service advises no travel. Variation by 50 miles (or more), will make big differences in which locations get 6"+ and which locations end up with a few inches of snow with rain and sleet mixed in".

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