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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1133 AM CDT SAT AUG 30 2014

A WEAK NORTH...SOUTH RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WAS LOCATED ACROSS
CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA OVERNIGHT. EAST OF THE RIDGE LOW CLOUDS COVERED
MUCH OF THE AREA...ALONG WITH AREAS OF LIGHT FOG. EARLY EVENING
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST DISSIPATED BY 10 PM CDT.
OVERNIGHT SKIES WERE CLEAR OVER THE WEST ALTHOUGH LATE NIGHT LOW
CLOUDS AND FOG DEVELOPED MAINLY IN THE VALLEYS.

EARLY MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MID AND UPPER 50S UNDER
THE CLOUD COVER ACROSS THE EAST EXCEPT LOWER TO MID 60S NEAR THE
IOWA BORDER. LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 40S AND LOWER 50S WERE
COMMON ACROSS THE WEST AND ALONG THE MISSOURI RIVER VALLEY. AT 46
DEGREES ORAL WAS THE COOLEST ON THE PRAIRIES WHILE IN THE BLACK
HILLS CUSTER FELL TO 46 AND PACTOLA DAM 45 DEGREES.

AT 11 AM CDT LOW CLOUDS COVERED MUCH OF AREA EAST OF THE MISSOURI
RIVER VALLEY ALTHOUGH IT WAS MOSTLY SUNNY WEST AND NORTH OF
ABERDEEN. THE NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL HAD SOME PATCHY CLOUDINESS
WHILE THE REST OF THE STATE WAS SUNNY. TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED INTO
THE UPPER 60S ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST WHILE THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE
WAS IN THE LOWER AND MID 60S. EXTREMES WERE FROM 59 DEGREES AT
CHAMBERLAIN TO 69 AT PINE RIDGE. IN THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF THE
BLACK HILLS CUSTER WAS SUNNY AND 70 DEGREES. THE WIND WAS LIGHT OR
CALM ACROSS THE EAST...AND FROM THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 20 MPH ACROSS
THE WEST.




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