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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
929 PM CDT MON AUG 25 2014

QUIET CONDITIONS WERE FOUND ACROSS THE RUSHMORE STATE THIS AFTERNOON
AND EVENING...ALONG WITH MUCH REDUCED HUMIDITY IN THE EAST. CLOUDS
HUGGED THE NORTHERN BORDER OF THE STATE FOR MUCH OF THE DAY...AND
A COUPLE PATCHES OF CLOUDS DRIFTED FROM WEST TO EAST OVER THE
REMAINDER OF THE STATE. COOLER WEATHER FEATURED SOMEWHAT BREEZY
CONDITIONS AT TIME WITH GUSTS TO 20 TO 25 MPH COMMON IN THE
WEST...CENTRAL...AND NORTHEAST. IF IT SEEMED COOL...IT WAS...
AS HIGHS WERE 5 TO 15 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL THIS AFTERNOON.
AFTERNOON HIGHS VARIED FROM LOWER 60S IN NORTHWESTERN PRAIRIES WITH
A HIGH OF 61 AT LEMMON AND 62 AT BUFFALO...TO LOWER TO MID 70S IN
SOUTHERN SOUTH DAKOTA...PEAKING AT 76 DEGREES IN MITCHELL AND WINNER.

AT 8 PM CDT...OTHER THAN A FEW MORE CLOUDS AROUND THE EDGES...IT WAS
MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS THE STATE. WINDS HAD DIMINISHED TO MAINLY 10 MPH
OR LESS FROM THE NORTH OR NORTHWEST...ALTHOUGH SOME EAST AND
NORTHEAST WINDS HAD STARTED TO DEVELOP ACROSS THE SOUTHWESTERN
PORTIONS OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE A BIT CHILLY...RANGING FROM
THE MID 50S TO MID 60S...WITH EXTREMES OF 54 DEGREES AT ABERDEEN...
TO 66 DEGREES AT MITCHELL AND YANKTON.

ON THIS DATE IN 1926...LATE SUMMER HEAT BAKED THE SOUTH DAKOTA
PRAIRIES. READINGS THAT AFTERNOON SURPASSED THE CENTURY MARK OVER
MUCH OF THE STATE.

110 KENNEBEC AND GANN VALLEY 4NW
107 ACADEMY
106 TIMBER LAKE AND HIGHMORE 1W
105 MURDO AND ONIDA 4NW
104 WINNER
103 CLARK
102 HOT SPRINGS AND HURON
101 MOBRIDGE...RAPID CITY AND ABERDEEN
100 MITCHELL AND FORESTBURG 3NE
 98 WATERTOWN

A SOAKING RAINFALL DOUSED THE CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST PORTIONS OF THE
RUSHMORE STATE IN 1960. SOME OF THE GREATER RAINFALL AMOUNTS FOR THE
CALENDAR DAY INCLUDED...

3.11 INCHES AT MILLER
2.55 INCHES AT FAULKTON 1NW
2.42 INCHES AT CLEAR LAKE
2.40 INCHES AT GETTYSBURG
2.19 INCHES AT HURON
2.16 INCHES AT CLARK
1.55 INCHES AT MURDO
1.45 INCHES AT MISSION
1.35 INCHES AT WATERTOWN
1.25 INCHES AT SISSETON
1.13 INCHES AT KENNEBEC
1.11 INCHES AT ABERDEEN

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CHAPMAN






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