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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1127 AM CDT THU JUL 17 2014

RESIDENTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA EXPERIENCED ANOTHER PLEASANT SUMMER NIGHT
WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE 50S. ABERDEEN AND CHAMBERLAIN WERE THE
COOLEST ON THE PRAIRIES AT 51 DEGREES WHILE IN THE BLACK HILLS
CUSTER COOLED TO 49.

SOUTH DAKOTA SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR DURING THE EVENING BUT AFTER
MIDNIGHT MID LEVEL CLOUDINESS DEVELOPED OVER MUCH OF THE EAST.

AT 11 AM CDT A PATCH OF MID LEVEL CLOUDS LINGERED OVER MUCH OF THE
EAST CENTRAL...MAINLY BETWEEN ABERDEEN AND SIOUX FALLS. THE REST OF
THE STATE WAS SUNNY. TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE LOWER AND MID
70S WITH EXTREMES OF 69 AT RAPID CITY AND PINE RIDGE TO 77 DEGREES
AT BUFFALO. IN THE BLACK HILLS CUSTER WAS SUNNY AND 67. THE WIND
FAVORED A SOUTHERLY DIRECTION AT SPEEDS OF 5 TO 15 MPH.

ON THIS DATE IN 1936 TEMPERATURES SOARED TO 114 DEGREES AT
VERMILLION... 115 DEGREES AT CANTON...TYNDALL AND WAGNER... 116
DEGREES AT YANKTON... 117 DEGREES AT MENNO AND 118 DEGREES AT
MARION. THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE HAD TEMPERATURES ABOVE 100
DEGREES.



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