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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
823 PM CDT THU JUL 10 2014

AN AREA OF CLOUDS AND LIGHT RAIN MOVED FROM CENTRAL INTO EASTERN
SOUTH DAKOTA DURING THE AFTERNOON...WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
ACROSS THE NORTH CENTRAL AND NEAR PIERRE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE
LIGHT...GENERALLY A TRACE TO A FEW HUNDRETHS OF AN INCH. AFTER 1 PM
MDT THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED RAPIDLY OVER THE BLACK HILLS BRINGING
HEAVY RAIN AND HAIL TO THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST OF RAPID CITY. HAIL
THE SIZE OF A GOLF BALL FELL NEAR PACTOLA RESERVOIR AND WALNUT SIZE
HAIL AT HISEGA. SUNSHINE DURING THE AFTERNOON WAS MOST IN ABUNDANCE
ACROSS THE SOUTH CENTRAL...NORTHWEST AND FAR SOUTHWEST.

AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER AND MID 80S ACROSS THE
EAST AND NORTH CENTRAL...AND FROM THE MID 80S TO AROUND 90 ACROSS
THE SOUTH CENTRAL AND WESTERN PRAIRIES. KENNEBEC AND WINNER WERE THE
HOTTEST IN THE STATE AT 91 DEGREES. IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF THE
BLACK HILLS CUSTER HIT 80 DEGREES.

A SOUTH TO SOUTHEAST BREEZE BROUGHT INCREASING MOISTURE TO THE STATE
WITH AFTERNOON DEW POINT TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S. WIND VELOCITIES
WERE STRONGEST ACROSS THE EAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH TAPERING TO LESS
THAN 10 MPH ACROSS THE WEST.

AT 8 PM CDT AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM HAD DEVELOPED NORTHWEST OF
SIOUX FALLS NEAR MADISON. OTHER THUNDERSTORMS HAD DEVELOPED IN FAR
SOUTHWEST SOUTH DAKOTA IN FALL RIVER COUNTY WITH HEAVIER RAINS TO
THE WEST AND NORTH OF ARDMORE. SKIES WERE CLEAR OVER THE NORTHWEST
AND MOSTLY CLEAR SOUTH CENTRAL WHILE THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE WAS
CLOUDY. MUCH OF THE STATE HAD TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 70S AND
LOWER 80S WITH EXTREMES OF 73 AT SISSETON TO 87 DEGREES AT WINNER.

ON THIS DATE IN 1936 TEMPERATURES SOARED TO...

115 DEGREES AT TIMBER LAKE
114 DEGREES AT ABERDEEN AND GANN VALLEY
113 DEGREES AT COTTONWOOD...LEMMON AND ONIDA
112 DEGREES AT BRITTON...DUPREE...EUREKA...KENNEBEC...MOBRIDGE...
    MURDO...SISSETON AND WOOD
111 DEGREES AT FAULKTON...GETTYSBURG AND IPSWICH
110 DEGREES AT HIGHMORE...PIERRE AND POLLOCK

ON THIS DATE IN 1966 TEMPERATURES PEAKED AT...

113 DEGREES AT KENNEBEC...PIERRE AND REDFIELD
112 DEGREES AT HIGHMORE...HURON...MELLETTE AND MURDO
111 DEGREES AT FORESTBURG

ON THIS DATE IN 1993 SIOUX FALLS RECEIVED 2.81 INCHES OF RAIN.




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