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SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
850 PM CDT THU AUG 28 2014

SHOWERS AND SCATTERED STORMS WERE SEEN ACROSS EASTERN SECTIONS OF
THE STATE THURSDAY MORNING. BY LATE AFTERNOON...SCATTERED SHOWERS
AND STORMS DEVELOPED EAST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER. ONE STORM SPAWNED A
WEAK TORNADO THIS EVENING NORTH OF YANKTON NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF
MAYFIELD. OTHERWISE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE WESTERN TWO
THIRDS OF SOUTH DAKOTA.

RAINFALL AMOUNTS VARIED FROM A FEW TENTHS ALONG THE INTERSTATE 29
CORRIDOR...TO OVER 2 INCHES ACROSS PARTS OF SOUTH CENTRAL SECTIONS
NEAR THE MISSOURI RIVER.

HIGH TEMPERATURES VARIED FROM THE UPPER 60S TO MIDDLE 80S ACROSS THE
RUSHMORE STATE. THE COOLEST LOCATION WAS IN SISSETON WITH 67
DEGREES...WHILE THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE WAS 87 DEGREES IN THE FAR
NORTHWEST TOWN OF BUFFALO WHERE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES WERE SEEN.

AT MID EVENING...SHOWERS AND STORMS WERE CONTINUING EAST OF THE
MISSOURI RIVER...WHILE PLENTY OF CLOUDS WERE SEEN ACROSS THE EASTERN
THREE FOURTHS OF THE STATE. TEMPERATURES WERE MAINLY IN THE
MIDDLE 60S TO UPPER 70S AROUND THE REGION.

SHOWERS AND SCATTERED STORMS WILL CONTINUE EAST RIVER TONIGHT AS LOW
PRESSURE SLIDES EASTWARD. HEAVY RAINFALL MAY ACCOMPANY SOME OF THESE
SHOWERS AND STORMS...WHICH MAY CAUSE LOCALIZED FLOODING PROBLEMS DUE
TO THE SLOW MOVING NATURE OF THESE STORMS. LOW TEMPERATURES WILL DIP
INTO THE MIDDLE 50S TO MIDDLE 60S WITH THE COOLEST READINGS ACROSS
WESTERN PORTIONS OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
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