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Snowstorm closes Interstates, creates unsafe travel

February 14, 2013

Frosty, the Snowman, has nothing on this towering snowman that was built during the snowy, blustery weekend.  Shaylee McNab, Camille Paulzine, Jonathan Danneman, Noah Vrooman, Gunnar McNab, and Lynneigh Vrooman. 
  FULDA FREE PRESS  Submitted Photo
FULDA FREE PRESS Submitted Photo
Frosty, the Snowman, has nothing on this towering snowman that was built during the snowy, blustery weekend. Shaylee McNab, Camille Paulzine, Jonathan Danneman, Noah Vrooman, Gunnar McNab, and Lynneigh Vrooman.
 The photo above was taken early Monday morning as snow continued to blow across Minnesota State Highway 59 just north of Fulda.  
 FULDA FREE PRESS/Norma Dittman
FULDA FREE PRESS/Norma Dittman
The photo above was taken early Monday morning as snow continued to blow across Minnesota State Highway 59 just north of Fulda.
By Norma Dittman
Area schools chose to begin classes two hours late on Monday morning following a weekend snowstorm that brought rain, sleet, snow and wind. The well-forecasted storm dropped snow amounts in South Dakota ranging from 16.5 near Webster to as little as 1.3 in Sioux Falls, SD.

In southwest Minnesota, snow amounts varied greatly with Granite Falls receiving 10.03 inches. Currie reported 4.3 inches and Worthington received a recorded amount of 1.33 inches of snow.

Information about the snowstorm started being delivered to the listening public already early last week. As the front kept heading north/northeast, more infomation about where it would be the worst was given.



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