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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
825 PM CDT THU SEP 25 2014

SUMMER WARMTH WAS SEEN THROUGHOUT THE RUSHMORE STATE ON THURSDAY AS
SOUTHELY WINDS AND ABUNDANT SUNSHINE PREVAILED. OTHERWISE THERE WERE
SOME AREAS OF DENSE FOG EAST RIVER DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS.

HIGH TEMPERTURES VARIED FROM THE 80S ACROSS MUCH OF EASTERN SOUTH
DAKOTA...TO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE 90S IN WESTERN PARTS OF THE STATE.
THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 94 DEGREES AT BUFFALO AND PHILIP...WHILE
THE COOLEST HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 81 DEGREES IN THE EAST RIVER TOWN
OF MADISON.

AT MID EVENING...CLEAR SKIES AND SOUTHERLY WINDS WERE SEEN AROUND
SOUTH DAKOTA. TEMPERATURES WERE VERY MILD WITH MAINLY MIDDLE AND
UPPER 70S ACROSS THE STATE.

CLEAR SKIES AND SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL PREVAIL TONIGHT AS LOW
TEMPERATURES ONLY DIP INTO THE UPPER 50S TO MIDDLE 60S...WITH THE
COOLEST READINGS ALONG THE INTERSTATE 29 CORRIDOR. SOME AREAS OF
DENSE FOG MAY DEVELOP EAST OF THE JAMES RIVER TOWARD DAYBREAK.
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