PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - The Dakotas face yet another round of spring snow, rain and cold temperatures.
The National Weather Service said much of South Dakota could receive light snow on Saturday. Isolated thunderstorms were possible in western South Dakota, with 3 to 6 inches of snow possible in the Black Hills area from Sunday night to Monday morning.
Light snow was expected to spread across western and central North Dakota.
Aberdeen had a low of 11 degrees Saturday morning, tying a record low set in 1966.
After snow fell in central South Dakota, the opening day of horse races at the Stanley County Fairgrounds in Fort Pierre was canceled Saturday because of track conditions.
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