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NOTHING LIKE A LITTLE WHIPLASH...

It would be fair to say our weather has been fairly "extreme" the past 48 hours. The temperature has gone from a balmy 54 at 2:00 AM Sunday to a refreshing 24 Monday evening. The winds have switched from the south to the west with gusts to 40 mph. The rain has changed to light snow and with a wind chill of 8 we have gone from spring back to winter. How lovely! Nothing like a little whiplash.

On the satellite you can see the powerhouse storm that has brought the change. Its cold front now exiting the east coast and extending into Florida.

We were fortunate to be on the warm side of the system for most of its precipitation. These are the snowfall totals in the 10-20" category from central Nebraska into the eastern Dakotas and NW Minnesota through Monday 6am. Around Jamestown, South Dakota 26" fell with winds over 40 mph. Nice...