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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
850 PM CDT TUE SEP 23 2014

SHOWERS AND ISOLATED STORMS WERE SEEN ACROSS THE EASTERN HALF OF THE
RUSHMORE STATE ON TUESDAY. RAINFALL AMOUNT OF A FEW HUNDREDTHS TO
NEARLY THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH WERE SEEN EAST RIVER. OTHERWISE
SKIES BECAME MOSTLY SUNNY WEST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER BY EARLY
AFTERNOON. THE TOWN OF MITCHELL RECORDED THE LARGEST RAINFALL TOTAL
WITH 0.71 FOLLOWED BY YANKTON WITH 0.57.

HIGH TEMPERATURES ACROSS SOUTH DAKOTA ON TUESDAY VARIED QUITE A BIT
AS UPPER 50S TO MIDDLE 60S WERE SEEN EAST OF THE JAMES RIVER VALLEY.
WEST RIVER...TEMPERATURES SOARED INTO THE 70S TO MIDDLE 80S AROUND
MUCH OF WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. THE COOL SPOT WAS MADISON WITH 57
DEGREES. WHILE THE FAR NORTHWEST TOWN OF BUFFALO CHIMED IN WITH 84
DEGREES FOR THE WARMEST LOCATION.

AT MID EVENING...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR WEST RIVER...WHILE CLOUDS
AND A FEW SHOWERS WERE COMMON EAST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER. THE
SHOWERS WERE CONFINED TO ALONG AND EAST OF THE INTERSTATE 29
CORRIDOR. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE 50S TO LOWER 60S IN
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA...WITH UPPER 60S TO LOWER 80S WEST RIVER.

SKIES WILL REMAIN MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS WESTERN PARTS OF THE STATE
TONIGHT...WHILE LOW CLOUDS AND A FEW SHOWERS LINGER THROUGHOUT
EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. EXPECT LOW TEMPERATURES TO VARY FROM THE
MIDDLE TO UPPER 50S IN MOST AREAS.
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