The Snows are really scattered from what I can tell. They are from AR to ND.
This weather pattern is real interesting with the Jet stream down over the Mason/Dixie line, meaning it is colder than average in the upper midwest region. SD got 2 to 8" of snow on Sunday(more snow west), and another 1-3 yesterday (more snow east). I hear reports of some geese staying, some reports of the Snows heading back South. You better make sure to bring your white blind and clothing camo with if heading to SD to hunt in the next week as temps are not getting out of the 30s for the next week according to forcasts.
I also heard of guys doing Ok last weekend in SW IA.
I have had 16" of snow this week. But am too far east for it to matter to the Snows. Good luck.
Thursday, Mar 16
Morning snow; cloudy High: 26° F Low: 8° F
Friday, Mar 17
A p.m. snow shower possible High: 31° F Low: 14° F
Saturday, Mar 18
Snow or flurries possible High: 26° F Low: 12° F
Sunday, Mar 19
Snow or flurries possible High: 29° F Low: 17° F
Monday, Mar 20
Snow or flurries possible High: 29° F Low: 18° F
Tuesday, Mar 21
Mostly cloudy and warmer High: 41° F Low: 17° F
Wednesday, Mar 22
Mainly cloudy High: 34° F Low: 15° F
Thursday, Mar 23
Cloudy, snow possible; cold High: 33° F Low: 14° F
Friday, Mar 24
Cold with snow High: 31° F Low: 13° F
Saturday, Mar 25
Overcast and cold High: 34° F Low: 16° F
Sunday, Mar 26
Mostly cloudy and cold High: 36° F Low: 21° F
The reason I post about SD is becuase with the cold weather and snow noth of NE, it should act as a dam to some extent, not encouraging the birds to head north.
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