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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
830 PM CDT SAT JUL 12 2014

CLOUDY SKIES ALONG WITH SHOWERS AND EMBEDDED STORMS WERE SEEN EAST
OF THE MISSOURI RIVER INTO SATURDAY AFTERNOON. FURTHER WEST...SKIES
WERE PARTLY CLOUDY FOR MUCH OF THE DAY. THERE WERE A FEW SCATTERED
STORMS THAT DEVELOPED IN THE BLACK HILLS AREA LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.

HIGH TEMPERATURES SATURDAY VARIED FROM THE UPPER 70S TO UPPER 80S
WITH THE WARMEST READINGS WEST RIVER. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 88
DEGREES AT WINNER. THE COOLEST LOCATION WAS THE EAST RIVER TOWN OF
MADISON WITH 77 DEGREES.

AT MID EVENING...WIDELY SCATTERED STORMS WERE SEEN ACROSS NORTH
CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST PARTS OF THE RUSHMORE STATE. OTHERWISE IT WAS
PARTLY CLOUDY AS LIGHT NORTHWEST WINDS PREVAILED THIS EVENING. THE
TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE 70S TO LOWER 80S.

SKIES WILL BECOME MOSTLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT AS WEAK HIGH PRESSURE
SLIDES OVER THE NORTHERN PLAINS. LOW TEMPERATURES WILL DIP INTO THE
MIDDLE 50S TO LOWER 60S...WITH THE COOLEST READINGS ALONG THE
NORTHERN AND WESTERN FRINGES OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
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