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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1150 AM CDT SUN APR 13 2014

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES WERE SEEN ACROSS THE RUSHMORE STATE OVERNIGHT AS
LIGHT RAIN DEVELOPED EAST RIVER TOWARD DAYBREAK. TO THE WEST...A MIX
OF RAIN AND SNOW FELL FROM THE BLACK HILLS AREA EASTWARD INTO THE
BADLANDS REGION.

LOW TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM THE MIDDLE 20S IN FAR NORTHWEST
SECTIONS...TO THE LOWER 40S IN SOUTHEAST SOUTH DAKOTA. THE COLDEST
LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 23 DEGREES IN THE TOWN OF BUFFALO...WHILE THE
WARMEST READING OF 43 DEGREES OCCURRED AT YANKTON.

AT LATE MORNING...THERE WERE PLENTY OF CLOUDS OVER THE MAJORITY OF
THE STATE. THE ONLY EXCEPTION WAS IN NORTH CENTRAL SECTIONS WERE
SKIES WERE PARTLY CLOUDY. LIGHT RAIN WAS SEEN OVER FAR SOUTHEAST
PARTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE 20S TO LOWER
30S WEST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER...WITH MAINLY 30S ELSEWHERE. GUSTY
NORTHERLY WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH PREVAILED OVER MUCH OF THE STATE.

EXPECT GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS AT 30 TO 40 MPH TO PERSIST AROUND
MUCH OF SOUTH DAKOTA THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. OTHERWISE CLOUDS WILL
LINGER OVER THE SOUTHERN TWO THIRDS OF THE STATE WITH PARTLY CLOUDY
SKIES ACROSS THE NORTHERN SECTIONS. AFTERNOON HIGHS WILL STRUGGLE TO
MAKE IT INTO THE MIDDLE 30S TO AROUND 40 DEGREES IN MOST AREAS.
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