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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
911 PM CDT MON SEP 1 2014

A MOSTLY SUNNY SKY EARLY THIS AFTERNOON BECAME PARTLY SUNNY TO
CLOUDY AT MANY LOCATIONS BY LATE AFTERNOON...AS NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED AND PUSHED EASTWARD ACROSS THE STATE INTO
THE EVENING. AFTERNOON RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE NOT ALL THAT GREAT...
GENERALLY A TENTH OF AN INCH OR LESS. SOME OF THE STORMS IN THE
NORTHEAST AND EAST CENTRAL SECTIONS PRODUCED HAIL...MAINLY SMALLER
THAN DIMES. HOWEVER...ONE SEVERE STORM IN THE NORTHEAST THREW DOWN
HAIL UP TO THE SIZE OF QUARTERS 8 MILES SOUTHEAST OF EDEN AT 5 PM.
AS THE EVENING PROGRESSED...STORMS WERE DECREASING IN COVERAGE AND
STRENGTH IN THE EASTERN HALF OF SOUTH DAKOTA. THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE STATE WAS BECOMING CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY.

HIGH TEMPERATURES ACROSS SOUTH DAKOTA THIS AFTERNOON WERE MOSTLY IN
THE 70S. EXTREMES ACROSS THE PLAINS RANGED FROM 70 DEGREES AT THE
RAPID CITY WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE...TO 80 AT BOTH PIERRE AND WINNER.
ANOTHER COOL SPOT WAS BUFFALO...WIT 71 DEGREES. A FEW OTHER MILD
TOWNS WERE HURON...MITCHELL...SISSETON...AND YANKTON...ALL WITH 79.
IN THE BLACK HILLS...CUSTER WAS A COMPARATIVELY COOL 64.

AT 8 PM CDT / 7 PM MDT...THE SKY OVER SOUTH DAKOTA WAS CLEAR TO
PARTLY CLOUDY WEST OF A LINE FROM SHADEHILL TO TUTHILL. FURTHER
EAST...IT WAS MOSTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY...WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS MAINLY WEST OF A LINE FROM LAKE ANDES TO SISSETON.
TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE PRAIRIES RANGED FROM 57 DEGREES AT PINE
RIDGE...TO 73 AT YANKTON. IN THE BLACK HILLS...CUSTER WAS DOWN TO
56 DEGREES.

OVERNIGHT...THE WESTERN HALF OF SOUTH DAKOTA WILL BE CLEAR TO PARTLY
CLOUDY...WHILE THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE REMAINS MOSTLY CLOUDY
TO CLOUDY WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS. LOW
TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE PLAINS WILL DIP INTO THE UPPER 40S AND LOW
50S IN THE WEST...AND THE LOW TO MID 50S IN THE EAST. THE BLACK
HILLS AREA SHOULD COOL INTO THE LOW TO MID 40S.

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