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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1158 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED THROUGH THE SOUTHERN HALF
OF SOUTH DAKOTA LAST NIGHT INTO EARLY THIS MORNING. RAINFALL TOTALS
WERE GENERALLY LESS THAN 0.25 INCH...BUT THERE WERE A FEW AREAS OF
HEAVIER RAIN IN SOUTHWESTERN TO SOUTH-CENTRAL AREAS AROUND MISSION
AND WINNER...AND ALONG INTERSTATE 90 FROM CHAMBERLAIN TO SIOUX
FALLS. RAINFALL TOTALS HERE WERE GENERALLY BETWEEN 1/3 AND 2/3 INCH.
THE HEAVIEST REPORTS WERE 1.49 INCHES NEAR DIMOCK AND 1.18 INCHES
NEAR PARMALEE.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE 60S STATEWIDE. THE
EXTREMES WERE 60 DEGREES AT CUSTER AND 72 DEGREES AT HURON.

AT 11 AM CDT...SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY FOR MOST OF THE STATE...
EXCEPT FOR MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES EAST OF INTERSTATE 29 AND IN THE FAR
SOUTHWEST. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID 70S TO MID 80S...RANGING
FROM 75 DEGREES AT YANKTON AND BUFFALO...TO 86 DEGREES AT PHILIP.
WINDS WERE NORTHERLY AT 15 TO 25 MPH IN THE NORTHWEST...LIGHT AND
VARIABLE FROM THE SOUTHWESTERN TO NORTHEASTERN AREAS...AND OUT OF
THE SOUTHWEST AT 10 TO 20 MPH IN THE SOUTHEAST.

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