Snow impacts today through tomorrow morning are heaviest along the southern border of SD, with a couple of pockets of flurries moving through the highest elevations of the Black Hills too. Stay safe and warm- we have a cold start to the week! #SDwx
On Fridays we wear RED to Remember Everyone Deployed, especially after a day where families across the nation sat down for a meal without their loved ones. We thank you all for your sacrifice, and await your safe return♥️
Every morning, my mom wakes up in Florida and my dad wakes up in Colorado and they both turn on the morning news in South Dakota to support me. I’m thankful I’m surrounded by people that love me no matter where life takes us.
BRRRR! Temperatures keep getting colder today, as winds gust over 50 mph and bands of flurries continue. Even while it's not snowing, visibility may be low on the roadways, since snow will be blowing all over the place! Might get some snow banks piling up in inconvenient places.
me: trying to explain to @anya_mueller that my legs are sore from doing pistol squats yesterday
Anya: so basically it's like a overachiever squat? Why can't you just be normal?
good question, Anya...good question.
Scattered flurries expected across northeastern WY and all of SD over the next few days. Accumulations are possible in high elevations (like Lawrence Co.) but our biggest concerns will be fast moving snow bands that would drop visibility temporarily.
While attending the homecoming ceremony for the South Dakota Army National Guard’s 235th Military Police Company after a 10 month deployment, I was able to snap a few photos. So happy they're all home for the holidays!
About a year ago I gave my phone number to a man way out of my league, and he took it and shook my hand. I said to myself, “well that was embarrassing but at least I tried” and here we are. Blessed to be dating my best friend.
Sgt. Chris Hunt and Officer Vince Rudebusch are both members of the National Guard's 235th MP Company. We celebrate the company's return after a 10-month deployment!
To the entire 235th as you return home, we are grateful for your service!
Here's your Friday Forecast:
Current temperatures are in the single digits and teens,
But the wind chill honestly feels kind of mean.
Our afternoon will be filled with blue skies and sun,
But being outside for longer than 30 seconds still will not be fun.