South Dakota was pretty lucky for the first few weeks of winter, but now it's back in a big way. With two giant storms in a week, many in the Mount Rushmore State are already hoping for an early spring.

According to the Farmers' Almanac, an abundance of sunny skies and warmer temperatures may be on the horizon in the month of February.

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The Farmers' Almanac has been a trusted source of information for almost as long as the U.S. has been around. It was founded in 1918 and has been a staple for Rural Americans for over two hundred years. Not only does it feature tips on farming, cooking, conservation, and gardening, but it's perhaps best known for its long-term weather predictions.

The Almanac has its predictions for nearly every part of the U.S. ready and here's what it says about Sioux Falls, regarding February:

DatesWeather Conditions
Feb 1-8Snowy periods, bitter cold
Feb 9-13Flurries, turning milder
Feb 14-18Periods of rain and snow, turning colder
Feb 19-22Sunny, chilly
Feb 23-29Periods of rain and snow, turning colder
Februarytemperature 8° (4° below avg.)
precipitation 2" (1" above avg.)

As you can see, February has a little bit of everything. Sure there will be some periods of bitter cold and snow, but also some sunshine and warmer temps throughout the month.

To see the full outlook for Sioux Falls and its surrounding areas, check out the Farmers' Almanac Website, here.

Story Source: Farmers' Almanac Website

10 Wild South Dakota Snowstorms

Even though snow is blanketing the Sioux Empire, some snowstorms still do not compare to these ten dreadful snowstorms that hit South Dakota.

Only In Your State highlighted ten snowstorms in South Dakota as a reminder for people to always be aware of the road during the winter. South Dakotans are well aware of the fact that the state’s winters can be harsh which is why it is always a good idea to plan ahead and prepare for the worst.

Do you remember any major snowstorms that hit South Dakota?

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