South Dakota Experiences Never-Ending Winter as Temperatures Remain Below Average
Residents of South Dakota are facing an extended winter season as temperatures in the area continue to remain below average.
Meteorologist Adam Rutt of KELOLAND News reports that the cold weather is causing frustration among locals, who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of spring.
“It feels like it’s a forever winter out there.
This is why we can’t have nice things,” said Rutt during a recent broadcast.
The prolonged cold snap has caused problems for many in the state, including dangerous road conditions and difficulties in outdoor activities.
However, there is some hope on the horizon, as weather experts predict a gradual increase in temperatures over the coming weeks.
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