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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1110 AM CDT SAT JUL 12 2014

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED OVER SOUTH DAKOTA LAST NIGHT...WITH
ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTING MUCH OF THE
STATE. ONE AREA OF HEAVIER RAIN EXTENDED FROM NORTHWEST OF PIERRE
DOWN TO AROUND HURON AND THEN ALONG HIGHWAY 14 TO BROOKINGS. THE
EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN CORNER AND SOUTHWESTERN CORNER ALSO RECEIVED
SOME HEAVIER RAINFALL TOTALS OVERNIGHT. THESE THREE AREAS SAW 1 TO 3
INCHES OF RAINFALL...WITH GENERALLY 0.10 TO 0.50 INCH ACROSS THE
REST OF THE STATE. THE NORTHEASTERN AREAS ALONG AND NORTH OF HIGHWAY
12 RECEIVED LITTLE TO NO RAINFALL.

SOME OF THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL REPORTS RECEIVED THROUGH 7 AM CDT THIS
MORNING WERE 3.15 INCHES AT HURON...2.94 INCHES AT SIOUX CITY...
SEVERAL REPORTS BETWEEN 2 AND 3 INCHES IN BROOKINGS...AND 2.35
INCHES AT WESSINGTON.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 50S IN AND AROUND THE BLACK
HILLS...WITH MAINLY 60S ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE STATE. THE EXTREMES
RANGED FROM 53 DEGREES AT CUSTER...NEMO...AND PACTOLA DAM...TO 71
DEGREES AT MITCHELL.

AT 11 AM CDT...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY IN THE WEST AND
STILL CLOUDY IN THE EAST. AREAS OF LIGHT RAIN CONTINUED ACROSS THE
NORTHEASTERN AREAS AND THE EXTREME SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE LOWER 60S TO LOWER 70S STATEWIDE...RANGING FROM 74 DEGREES AT
SIOUX FALLS TO 63 DEGREES AT ABERDEEN...WATERTOWN...AND RAPID CITY.

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