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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1128 AM CDT THU JUL 24 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED ACROSS MUCH OF EASTERN
SOUTH DAKOTA OVERNIGHT AND EARLIER THIS MORNING. MOST AREAS RECEIVED
ONE TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS OF RAINFALL...BUT THERE WERE SOME
SPOTTY REPORTS OF UP TO AROUND THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH AROUND THE
WATERTOWN AREA. SOUTH SHORE RECEIVED 0.81 INCH...WATERTOWN 0.79
INCH...AND FLORENCE 0.75 INCH.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 50S TO UPPER
60S STATEWIDE. THE EXTREMES WERE 71 DEGREES NEAR EDGEMONT AND 53
DEGREES AT TURTON.

AT 11 AM CDT...THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUED ACROSS MUCH OF FAR EASTERN
SOUTH DAKOTA...MAINLY EAST OF INTERSTATE 29. SOME OF THESE STORMS
WERE PRODUCING SMALL HAIL...GUSTY WINDS...AND BRIEF HEAVY RAIN. A
FEW MORE ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WERE ALSO SHOWING UP
ACROSS THE CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY
IN THE UPPER 60S TO MID 70S EAST RIVER AND IN THE LOWER TO MID 80S
WEST RIVER. THE EXTREMES WERE 66 DEGREES AT MADISON AND 86 DEGREES
AT PHILIP. WINDS WERE PRIMARILY OUT OF THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 20
MPH...WITH HIGHER GUSTS UP TO 35 TO 40 MPH AROUND THE THUNDERSTORMS.
WESTERLY WINDS AT 5 TO 15 MPH HAD SET UP IN THE BLACK HILLS AND FAR
SOUTHWEST.

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