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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1145 AM CDT SUN AUG 17 2014

AREAS OF DENSE FOG DEVELOPED ACROSS EASTERN SECTIONS OF THE RUSHMORE
STATE DURING THE NIGHT. OTHERWISE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED
INTO NORTHWEST PARTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA AFTER MIDNIGHT. THE SHOWERS AND
STORMS SPREAD SOUTHEASTWARD TOWARD THE MISSOURI RIVER BY DAYBREAK.

RAINFALL AMOUNTS VARIED FROM A FEW HUNDREDTHS TO OVER A HALF INCH IN
THE FAR NORTHWEST SECTIONS OF THE STATE.

LOW TEMPERATURES ACROSS SOUTH DAKOTA VARIED FROM THE MIDDLE 50S TO
THE UPPER 60S IN MOST AREAS. THE BLACK HILLS TOWN OF CUSTER CHIMED
IN 54 DEGREES FOR THE COOLEST READING. WHILE THE WARMEST LOW
TEMPERATURE OF 70 DEGREES OCCURRED IN SIOUX FALLS.

AT LATE MORNING...SHOWERS AND STORMS WERE ONGOING WEST OF THE
MISSOURI RIVER. OTHERWISE MUCH OF SOUTH DAKOTA WAS SHROUDED IN LOW
CLOUDS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF FAR WESTERN PARTS OF THE STATE. THE
TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE MIDDLE 60S TO MIDDLE 70S.

SHOWERS AND STORMS WILL MAKE THEIR WAY EAST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER
DURING THE AFTERNOON. OTHERWISE SKIES WILL BECOME PARTLY CLOUDY WEST
RIVER BEHIND THE DEPARTING SHOWERS AND STORMS. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL
MAKE IT INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 80S THROUGHOUT THE STATE...WITH A
FEW LOCATIONS IN CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA APPROACHING 90 DEGREES.
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