Nobody alive today saw snow this early in Rapid City, SD

Nobody alive today saw snow this early in Rapid City, SD (Ice Age Now, Sep 11, 2014):

It’s official. Record early snowfall in Rapid City, SD

(126 years of records).


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National Weather Service, Rapid City, South Dakota:

“Near an inch of snow at Rapid City. This is the earliest recorded snowfall going back to 1888.”
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https://twitter.com/NWSRapidCity/status/510083127213973504/photo/1

1 thought on “Nobody alive today saw snow this early in Rapid City, SD

  1. Maybe nobody alive today, but it has happened before. I refer you to the snowstorms of 1880-1881 in those very Dakotas. Seven months of unending snow storms buried towns all over……..trains could not get through for months…..but it has happened before.
    Here in CA, we get nothing but miserable hot weather. Everyone around us gets rain, even NV and AZ….but not us. Our underground water sources are drying out and collapsing……..once they collapse, they can never be used again and the water (if we get any rain) will just run off.

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