A storm that trekked from southern South Dakota and northern Nebraska to northwest Iowa and central Minnesota Tuesday dropped up to 10 inches of snow with rates of one inch per hour in some locations.
In South Dakota, as much as 9.5 inches of snow fell 5 miles east of the town of Porcupine. Sioux Falls, located in the extreme southeast part of the state, saw just over a half foot of snow.
Up to 8.5 inches covered the ground in Minnesota near Marshall. Minneapolis/St. Paul saw its first measurable snow of the season with 1.8 inches.
Weather.com meteorologist Chris Dolce says, “The snow will linger in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan early on Wednesday before finally tapering off as low pressure heads into eastern Canada.”
Source: The Weather Channel