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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
805 PM CDT TUE JUL 29 2014

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES ALONG WITH SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS PREVAILED OVER THE SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS INTO FAR
SOUTHWESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. RAINFALL TOTALS
WERE VERY LIGHT WITH MOST REPORTS COMING IN AT LESS THAN 0.10 INCH.
THE LARGEST AMOUNT WAS 0.17 INCH NEAR OELRICHS. FOR THE REMAINDER OF
THE STATE...SKIES WERE MOSTLY SUNNY THIS AFTERNOON. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE MID 70S TO LOWER 80S STATEWIDE. THE
WARMEST READING WAS 85 DEGREES AT DUPREE...AND THE COOLEST WAS 72
DEGREES AT PINE RIDGE AND AT THE RAPID CITY NWS OFFICE.

AT 800 PM CDT...MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES AND A COUPLE LIGHT SHOWERS
PERSISTED OVER EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA...WHILE THE
REMAINDER OF THE STATE HAD MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE 60S IN THE SOUTHWEST TO NEAR 80 IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE
STATE. THE EXTREMES WERE 61 DEGREES AT CUSTER AND 80 DEGREES AT
PHILIP. WINDS WERE GENERALLY EASTERLY...RANGING FROM NORTHEAST TO
SOUTHEAST...AT SPEEDS OF LESS THAN 10 MPH.

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