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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1150 AM CDT TUE APR 15 2014

AFTER CLEAR SKIES DURING THE EARLY NIGHT TIME HOURS...SKIES BECAME
PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY DURING THE LATE NIGHT...WITH TEMPERATURES
PLUNGING ACROSS THE STATE. EARLY MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WERE MUCH
BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR...WITH READINGS MOSTLY IN THE
SINGLE DIGITS AND TEENS...EXCEPT FOR A FEW 20S IN THE FAR WEST. THE
COLDEST LOCATION WAS ABERDEEN AT 8 DEGREES...WHILE THE WARM SPOT WAS
CUSTER AT 23 DEGREES.

AT 1100 AM...MID AND HIGH CLOUDS CONTINUED TO STREAM ACROSS THE
REGION...WITH BREEZY CONDITIONS ACROSS THE CENTRAL AND WESTERN
PORTIONS OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES AT LATE MORNING WERE MOSTLY IN
THE 30S AND 40S...WITH A FEW 50S IN THE FAR WEST. READINGS RANGED
FROM 24 DEGREES AT SISSETON TO 54 AT SPEARFISH.

FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE AFTERNOON...SKIES WILL CONTINUE TO BE
PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH BREEZY CONDITIONS ACROSS THE STATE.
HIGHS WILL MAKE IT INTO THE LOWER AND MID 60S THROUGH THE WESTERN
AND SOUTH CENTRAL PARTS OF THE STATE...WHILE HIGHS WILL ONLY MAKE IT
INTO LOWER 40S IN THE NORTHEAST.

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