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AWUS83 KFSD 011620
RWSSD

SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1120 AM CDT MON SEP 1 2014

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES PREVAILED ACROSS THE STATE OVERNIGHT
WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTING MUCH OF THE
STATE. MOST RAINFALL TOTALS WERE LESS THAN 1 QUARTER INCH...BUT
THERE WERE A FEW ISOLATED AMOUNTS OF MORE THAN ONE HALF INCH...
MAINLY ACROSS THE FAR SOUTHWEST AND FAR SOUTHEAST...INCLUDING 1.15
INCH AT RAPID CITY AND 1.17 INCH AT SIOUX CITY. OVER NIGHT LOWS WERE
GENERALLY IN THE MID 40S TO NEAR 60. THE COLDEST READINGS WERE IN
THE BLACK HILLS INCLUDING 37 DEGREES AT DEERFIELD RESERVOIR...38
DEGREES NEAR LEAD...AND 40 DEGREES AT NEMO. THE WARMEST READINGS
WERE 63 DEGREES AT YANKTON...62 DEGREES AT PICKSTOWN...AND 61
DEGREES AT SIOUX FALLS.

AT 1100 AM CDT...SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY STATEWIDE. TEMPERATURES
WERE MOSTLY IN THE 60S...RANGING FROM 60 DEGREES AT CUSTER TO 72
DEGREES AT SISSETON. WINDS WERE OUT OF THE WEST OR NORTHWEST AT 5 TO
10 MPH.

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MG



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