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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1122 AM CDT TUE SEP 9 2014

MOSTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED STATEWIDE OVERNIGHT WITH
WIDESPREAD AREAS OF DENSE FOG ALONG AND EAST OF THE JAMES RIVER.
VISIBILITIES OF LESS THAN 1/4 MILE WERE COMMON IN THE EASTERN AREAS
FROM AROUND 400 AM ON. THERE WAS NO RAINFALL REPORTED ACROSS THE
STATE OVERNIGHT.

LOW TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE LOWER 50S TO LOWER 60S
STATEWIDE. THE EXTREMES WERE 67 DEGREES AT WICA/ELK MOUNTAIN AND 48
DEGREES AT LEMMON AND MCINTOSH.

AT 11 AM CDT...SKIES WERE CLOUDY STATEWIDE. THERE WAS A LINE OF
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EXTENDING THROUGH THE CENTRAL PARTS OF THE
STATE FROM AROUND WINNER AND GREGORY TO NEAR ABERDEEN. TEMPERATURES
WERE MAINLY IN THE 50S AND 60S...BUT RANGED FROM EXTREMES OF 70
DEGREES AT WINNER TO 50 DEGREES AT BUFFALO AND PHILIP. WINDS WERE
OUT OF THE NORTH OR NORTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH FOR MOST OF THE
STATE...EXCEPT FOR LIGHT SOUTHEASTERLY WINDS IN THE FAR SOUTHEASTERN
SECTIONS.

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MG



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