November 11, 2019

Mike Tanner

KWAT Radio News


ABERDEEN, S.D.—The upper Midwest is starting off the work week with temperatures that aren’t even close to normal for this time of year.


Single digit lows were common across South Dakota this morning, with wind chill values getting into the teens below zero,


Watertown’s record low for tonight is 6 below zero, a record that has stood since 1966.


National Weather Service forecaster James Telken says we’ll get cold tonight, but that record low should be safe….



Temperatures are expected to warm back to near normal levels later in the week….



Some areas saw measurable snow over the weekend….



Watertown picked up a trace of snow over the weekend. The seasonal amount is at an inch and a half.