Add covid to that as well people are not taking it as serious anymore."
The calendar might still read early September but the snow and cold temperatures look and feel more like early November.
As many as 15 inches of snow fell over parts of western South Dakota overnight Monday into Tuesday, with heavy snow expected to continue through the day.
Winter storm warnings are up with 12 to 18 inches of snow possible. Bone-chilling cold and bitter wind chills will set dozens of record temperatures.news.yahoo.com