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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
830 PM CDT MON SEP 29 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL TO WESTERN
PARTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA ON MONDAY. OTHERWISE SKIES WERE CLOUDY WEST
RIVER...WITH PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ELSEWHERE. RAINFALL AMOUNTS OVER AN
INCH AND A HALF WERE SEEN IN THE BLACK HILLS. ELSEWHERE A FEW TENTHS
TO OVER A HALF INCH OF RAINFALL OCCURRED IN MANY WEST RIVER AREAS.

AFTERNOON HIGHS VARIED FROM THE 50S TO LOWER 60S WEST RIVER...WITH
60S TO MIDDLE 70S EAST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER. THE COOL SPOT IN THE
NORTHWEST TOWN OF BUFFALO AND ALSO CUSTER WITH 59 DEGREES. THE
WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 75 DEGREES AT BOTH YANKTON AND MITCHELL.

AT MID EVENING...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE WESTERN THREE
FOURTHS OF SOUTH DAKOTA. FURTHER TO THE EAST...IT WAS MOSTLY CLEAR
AS LIGHT EASTERLY WINDS PREVAILED. TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
50S TO UPPER 60S...WITH THE COOLEST READINGS ACROSS THE FAR WEST.

EXPECT SKIES TO BE MOSTLY CLOUDY DURING THE NIGHT AS ANOTHER ROUND
OF SHOWERS AND STORMS SPREAD INTO WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. THE SHOWERS
AND STORMS WILL SLIDE TOWARD THE MISSOURI RIVER BY DAYBREAK. LOW
TEMPERATURES WILL DIP INTO THE UPPER 40S TO UPPER 50S...WITH THE
WARMEST READINGS EXPECTED IN SOUTH CENTRAL SECTIONS OF THE STATE.
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