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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1116 AM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS RUMBLED ACROSS VARIOUS PARTS OF SOUTH
DAKOTA OVERNIGHT. THUNDERSTORMS MOVED INTO THE STATE NORTH OF BELLE
FOURCHE AROUND 930 PM MDT AND DRIFTED SOUTHEAST ACROSS MUCH OF THE
BLACK HILLS AND SOUTHWEST PRAIRIES. HEAVY RAIN...GUSTY WINDS AND
SMALL HAIL ACCOMPANIED THE STRONGER STORMS. HEAVIER RAINFALL
MEASUREMENTS INCLUDE DEADWOOD WITH 0.65 INCHES...KYLE WITH 0.61
INCHES...MARTIN 0.53 INCHES...LEAD 0.41 INCHES AND PINE RIDGE WITH
0.31 INCHES. OTHER THUNDERSTORMS SKIRTED THE NORTHERN BORDER
OVERNIGHT...NORTH AND NORTHEAST OF ABERDEEN WITH VICTOR RECEIVING
1.13 INCHES OF RAIN. LATE NIGHT THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED NORTHEAST OF
HURON NEAR CARPENTER AROUND 430 AM CDT AND DRIFTED EASTWARD TO NORTH
AND EAST OF MADISON...AND NORTH OF DELL RAPIDS. STRONGER STORMS
BROUGHT HEAVY RAIN AND HAIL UP TO AN INCH IN DIAMETER. DOPPLER RADAR
ESTIMATES RAINFALL IN EXCESS OF AN INCH EAST OF MADISON ON THE LAKE
COUNTY...MOODY COUNTY LINE AND NEAR COLMAN.

EARLY MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S WERE
COMMON ACROSS THE STATE. COOLEST READINGS IN THE MID 50S OCCURRED
ACROSS THE NORTHWEST...NORTH CENTRAL AND BLACK HILLS WHILE THE SOUTH
CENTRAL WAS MILDER WITH READINGS IN THE MID 60S. BUFFALO...CUSTER
AND MOBRIDGE WERE THE COOLEST IN THE STATE AT 55 DEGREES.

OVERNIGHT WINDS WERE SOUTHERLY AT 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS THE EAST AND
SOUTH CENTRAL...WHILST THE WEST AND NORTH CENTRAL HAD VARIABLE WINDS
GENERALLY UNDER 10 MPH BUT STRONGER IN AND NEAR THUNDERSTORMS.

AT 11 AM CDT AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED IN EASTERN BENNETT
COUNTY NEAR VETAL. SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY OVER THE WEST AND NORTH...
AND MOSTLY CLOUDY SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE LOWER TO MID 70S WITH EXTREMES OF 70 AT ABERDEEN...MOBRIDGE AND
WATERTOWN TO 77 DEGREES AT PINE RIDGE. IN THE BLACK HILLS CUSTER WAS
SUNNY AND 69.


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