Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Sioux Falls, SD

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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
404 AM CDT THU SEP 11 2014

SKIES WILL REMAIN CLOUDY FOR MUCH OF THURSDAY AS UNSEASONABLY COLD
TEMPERATURES PERSIST. OCCASIONAL RAIN SHOWERS WILL LINGER ACROSS THE
SOUTHERN HALF OF SOUTH DAKOTA TODAY. THIS RAIN HAS TRANSITIONED TO
SNOW ACROSS THE BLACK HILLS OVERNIGHT...AND WINTER WEATHER
ADVISORIES AND WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR THE BLACK HILLS THROUGH
MIDDAY THURSDAY.

HIGHS TODAY WILL ONLY BE IN THE 40S TO MIDDLE 50S...WITH SIMILAR
TEMPERATURES EXPECTED ON FRIDAY.  LIGHT RAIN WILL OVERSPREAD AREAS
ALONG AND SOUTH OF THE MISSOURI RIVER LATER TONIGHT...BUT RAINFALL
AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN LIGHT.

THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES OF THIS EARLY FALL COLD SPELL WILL ARRIVE
BY SATURDAY MORNING.  BY DAYBREAK SATURDAY...TEMPERATURES WILL
BOTTOM OUT IN THE LOW TO MIDDLE 30S. THESE COLD TEMPERATURES WILL
BRING A RISK OF FROST TO THE REGION SATURDAY MORNING.

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