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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
822 PM CDT SAT APR 12 2014

A STORM SYSTEM CENTERED IN KANSAS BROUGHT BRISK NORTHERLY WINDS AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES TO WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. FURTHER EAST...
NORTHERLY WINDS WERE NOT AS STRONG AND TEMPERATURES WERE SIMILAR TO
FRIDAY.

AFTERNOON SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY OVER THE NORTHWEST...BLACK HILLS
AND NORTH CENTRAL...WITH AN INCREASE IN CLOUDS OVER THE SOUTHWEST.
SUNSHINE WAS MORE IN ABUNDANCE OVER THE EAST AND SOUTH CENTRAL. A
FEW LOCATIONS ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST HAD A FEW SPRINKLES OR BRIEF RAIN
SHOWERS.

HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S ACROSS THE
NORTHWEST...THE MID AND UPPER 60S SOUTHWEST THROUGH NORTH CENTRAL
AND NORTHEAST...AND IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S SOUTHEAST. YANKTON WAS
THE WARMEST IN THE STATE AT 77 DEGREES WHILE CUSTER AND BUFFALO ONLY
HIT 56 DEGREES.

AFTERNOON WINDS FROM THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST AVERAGED 15 TO 25 MPH
WITH GUSTS OVER 30 MPH ACROSS THE WEST AND CENTRAL. NORTHERLY WINDS
ACROSS THE EAST AVERAGED 10 TO 20 MPH BUT WERE LIGHT NEAR THE
EASTERN BORDER.

AT 8 PM CDT SOUTH DAKOTA SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH WITH LIGHT
RAIN SHOWERS SCATTERED ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST. TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE 60S ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST...THE 50S SOUTHWEST THROUGH NORTHEAST
AND THE MID AND UPPER 40S WEST AND NORTH CENTRAL PRAIRIES. EXTREMES
WERE FROM 44 DEGREES AT BUFFALO TO 68 AT YANKTON. IN THE HIGHER
ELEVATIONS OF THE BLACK HILLS CUSTER WAS CLOUDY AND 38. THE WIND
CONTINUED FROM THE NORTH AT 12 TO 24 MPH. THE WIND WAS LIGHT OR CALM
ACROSS THE FAR NORTHEAST HOWEVER.



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