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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1135 AM CDT TUE APR 15 2014

LOW PRESSURE MOVED ACROSS THE SOUTHERN EDGE OF SOUTH DAKOTA FROM
TUESDAY EVENING INTO THIS MORNING. A DRY AND MILD EVENING GAVE WAY
TO INCREASING CLOUDS FROM THE WEST. SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN AND SNOW
DEVELOPED WEST AND NORTH DURING THE LATE NIGHT AND EARLY MORNING
HOURS....WITH LIGHT RAIN DEVELOPING EARLY THIS MORNING SOUTHEAST.
OVERNIGHT PRECIPITATION WAS SCATTERED AND MOSTLY LESS THAN A TENTH
OF AN INCH...WITH PINE RIDGE REPORTING THE TOP NIGHTTIME RAINFALL OF
0.16 INCH.

TEMPERATURES DURING THE NIGHT DROPPED INTO THE UPPER 20S AND 30S
OVER MOST OF SOUTH DAKOTA...WITH SOME LOWS IN THE LOWER 40S
SOUTHEAST. WINDS BECAME SOUTHEASTERLY AT 15 TO 25 MPH AND
GUSTY...THEN BECAME EASTERLY OR NORTHERLY BY DAYBREAK IN THE WEST
AND NORTH.

THIS MORNING...PRECIPITATION BECAME STEADIER IN EASTERN SOUTH
DAKOTA...ESPECIALLY IN THE NORTHEAST WHERE WET SNOW WAS ACCUMULATING
IN PLACES. ACCUMULATIONS OF 2 INCHES WERE REPORTED AT HOVEN AND
HURON...BUT OTHER PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST WERE ALSO LIKELY GETTING
ACCUMULATING SNOW.

TEMPERATURES AT 11 AM CDT WERE MOSTLY IN THE LOWER 30S IN WESTERN
AND NORTHERN SOUTH DAKOTA...BUT RANGED UP TO NEAR 50 EXTREME
SOUTHEAST WHERE COLDER AIR HAD NOT YET SPREAD. WINDS WERE MOSTLY
NORTH OR NORTHEAST AT 15 TO 25 MPH...BUT SOUTHERLY WINDS CONTINUED
EXTREME SOUTHEAST.

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