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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1124 AM CDT FRI JUL 18 2014

RESIDENTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA ENJOYED A QUIET AND COMFORTABLE SUMMER
NIGHT WITH A LIGHT TO MODERATE SOUTHERLY BREEZE AND A MOSTLY CLEAR
SKY. AFTER DAYBREAK ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN NORTHEAST
WYOMING MOVED INTO SOUTH DAKOTA AFFECTING AREAS OVER AND NEAR THE
NORTHERN BLACK HILLS.

EARLY MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S WERE
COMMON ACROSS THE STATE WHILE IN THE BLACK HILLS...CUSTER COOLED TO
52 DEGREES.

AT 11 AM CDT A COLD FRONT WAS JUST ENTERING THE FAR NORTHWEST CORNER
WHERE THE WIND HAD BECOME NORTHWEST AT 16 MPH IN BUFFALO. THE WIND
WAS SOUTHERLY ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE AT 15 TO 20 MPH WITH
OCCASIONAL HIGHER GUSTS ACROSS THE EAST AND CENTRAL...AND FROM 5 TO
15 MPH ACROSS THE WESTERN PRAIRIES. A SOUTHWEST WIND AT SISSETON WAS
GUSTING TO 30 MPH. TEMPERATURES WERE IN 70S WITH EXTREMES OF 70 AT
PINE RIDGE TO 80 DEGREES AT BUFFALO. SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY WITH
SOME HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS OVER THE CENTRAL.

ON THIS DATE IN 2009 THE MERCURY FELL TO 50 DEGREES AT SIOUX FALLS
AND YANKTON... 49 DEGREES AT PIERRE... 48 DEGREES AT BROOKINGS AND
HURON... 47 DEGREES AT SISSETON AND 45 DEGREES AT WATERTOWN.




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