ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - Talk about a swift change in seasons: Parts of South Dakota have been hit with the season's first snowfall even while the leaves on trees continue to change colors.
KSFY News posted online photographs of a snowfall in the Black Hills on Wednesday afternoon showing slick streets and white fluff. National Weather Service Meteorologist Kelly Serr in Aberdeen tells the American News that there's a chance some snow could sneak in there in the overnight hours.
Meteorologist Katie Pojorlie said Rapid City could see a half inch of snow, and the Northern Black Hills could see about an inch.
It appears heavier snow amounts will stay in North Dakota, with some areas getting up to 3 inches.
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