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AWUS83 KFSD 202220
RWSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-090-097-
098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-211100-

REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
520 PM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE WESTERN PLAINS WILL SPREAD
EASTWARD OVERNIGHT...WITH THE THREAT FOR A FEW SEVERE STORMS OVER
CENTRAL AND EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA AND INTO ADJACENT LOCATIONS
TONIGHT. LEADING THIS AREA WILL BE SPOTTY LIGHT SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
STORMS...BUT THE MORE SIGNIFICANT STORMS WILL WORK IN FROM THE WEST
DURING THE EVENING AND EARLY IN THE OVERNIGHT. IN GENERAL...THURSDAY
SHOULD BE A FAIRLY QUIET TIME AS THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS PUSHES
INTO MINNESOTA EARLY IN THE DAY. ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS WILL
START AS ISOLATED TO SCATTERED STORMS BY LATER AFTERNOON IN THE
WESTERN PLAINS...WHICH WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD WEST AT NIGHT.
MORE ISOLATED ACTIVITY WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE BY VERY LATE AFTERNOON
INTO THE EVENING FROM SOUTHERN MINNESOTA TO EASTERN NEBRASKA.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE ON THE MUGGY SIDE WITH WIDESPREAD UPPER 60S TO
LOWER 70S IN THE EASTERN HALF OF THE REGION...WHILE THE WEST DIPS TO
THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S. ON THURSDAY...HIGHS ARE EXPECTED TO VARY
FROM THE UPPER 70S TO LOWER 80S NORTH...TO UPPER 80S AND LOWER 90S
SOUTH.

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CHAPMAN







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AWUS83 KFSD 202220
RWSFSD
IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-090-097-
098-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-211100-

REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
520 PM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE WESTERN PLAINS WILL SPREAD
EASTWARD OVERNIGHT...WITH THE THREAT FOR A FEW SEVERE STORMS OVER
CENTRAL AND EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA AND INTO ADJACENT LOCATIONS
TONIGHT. LEADING THIS AREA WILL BE SPOTTY LIGHT SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
STORMS...BUT THE MORE SIGNIFICANT STORMS WILL WORK IN FROM THE WEST
DURING THE EVENING AND EARLY IN THE OVERNIGHT. IN GENERAL...THURSDAY
SHOULD BE A FAIRLY QUIET TIME AS THE THREAT OF THUNDERSTORMS PUSHES
INTO MINNESOTA EARLY IN THE DAY. ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS WILL
START AS ISOLATED TO SCATTERED STORMS BY LATER AFTERNOON IN THE
WESTERN PLAINS...WHICH WILL BECOME MORE WIDESPREAD WEST AT NIGHT.
MORE ISOLATED ACTIVITY WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE BY VERY LATE AFTERNOON
INTO THE EVENING FROM SOUTHERN MINNESOTA TO EASTERN NEBRASKA.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE ON THE MUGGY SIDE WITH WIDESPREAD UPPER 60S TO
LOWER 70S IN THE EASTERN HALF OF THE REGION...WHILE THE WEST DIPS TO
THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S. ON THURSDAY...HIGHS ARE EXPECTED TO VARY
FROM THE UPPER 70S TO LOWER 80S NORTH...TO UPPER 80S AND LOWER 90S
SOUTH.

$$

CHAPMAN





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AWUS83 KFSD 201619
RWSSD
SDZ001>074-210300-

SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1120 AM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED PORTIONS OF SOUTH
DAKOTA OVERNIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING...MAINLY FROM THE SOUTHWEST
THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN PARTS OF THE STATE. MOST AREAS
SAW A QUARTER INCH OR LESS OF RAINFALL...BUT A COUPLE AREAS RECEIVED
MORE SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS. ONE AREA WAS IN CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA WHERE
1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL...INCLUDING 1.92 INCHES NEAR FORT PIERRE
AND 1.38 INCHES NEAR WHITE LAKE. THE OTHER AREA WAS ALONG THE
MISSOURI RIVER IN FAR SOUTHEASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA...WITH PARTS OF THE
SIOUX CITY METRO AREA PICKING UP RIGHT AROUND 2 INCHES OF RAIN. EVEN
HEAVIER AMOUNTS OF 3 INCHES OR MORE FELL JUST ACROSS THE RIVER SOUTH
OF VERMILLION.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S TO UPPER 60S...
RANGING FROM EXTREMES OF 56 DEGREES AT TURTON TO 69 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO...OACOMA...AND MOUNT RUSHMORE.

AT 1100 AM CDT...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE...WITH
STILL A FEW SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS WEST RIVER. TEMPERATURES WERE
MAINLY IN THE 70S...BUT RANGED FROM 68 DEGREES AT PINE RIDGE TO 81
DEGREES AT WINNER. WINDS WERE GENERALLY OUT OF THE SOUTHEAST AT 10
TO 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE BLACK HILLS AND THE SOUTHWESTERN AREAS
WHERE WINDS HAD SWUNG AROUND TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 15 MPH.

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000
AWUS83 KFSD 201619
RWSSD
SDZ001>074-210300-

SOUTH DAKOTA WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
1120 AM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED PORTIONS OF SOUTH
DAKOTA OVERNIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING...MAINLY FROM THE SOUTHWEST
THROUGH THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN PARTS OF THE STATE. MOST AREAS
SAW A QUARTER INCH OR LESS OF RAINFALL...BUT A COUPLE AREAS RECEIVED
MORE SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS. ONE AREA WAS IN CENTRAL SOUTH DAKOTA WHERE
1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN FELL...INCLUDING 1.92 INCHES NEAR FORT PIERRE
AND 1.38 INCHES NEAR WHITE LAKE. THE OTHER AREA WAS ALONG THE
MISSOURI RIVER IN FAR SOUTHEASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA...WITH PARTS OF THE
SIOUX CITY METRO AREA PICKING UP RIGHT AROUND 2 INCHES OF RAIN. EVEN
HEAVIER AMOUNTS OF 3 INCHES OR MORE FELL JUST ACROSS THE RIVER SOUTH
OF VERMILLION.

OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 50S TO UPPER 60S...
RANGING FROM EXTREMES OF 56 DEGREES AT TURTON TO 69 DEGREES AT
BUFFALO...OACOMA...AND MOUNT RUSHMORE.

AT 1100 AM CDT...SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE STATE...WITH
STILL A FEW SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS WEST RIVER. TEMPERATURES WERE
MAINLY IN THE 70S...BUT RANGED FROM 68 DEGREES AT PINE RIDGE TO 81
DEGREES AT WINNER. WINDS WERE GENERALLY OUT OF THE SOUTHEAST AT 10
TO 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE BLACK HILLS AND THE SOUTHWESTERN AREAS
WHERE WINDS HAD SWUNG AROUND TO THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST AT 5 TO 15 MPH.

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AWUS83 KFSD 200924
RWSFSD

IAZ001>003-012>014-020>022-031-032-MNZ071-072-080-081-089-090-097-098
-NEZ013-014-SDZ038>040-050-052>071-202300-

REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
424 AM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED THIS MORNING
OVER MUCH OF THE AREA...BUT MUCH OF THIS ACTIVITY IS LIKELY TO
WEAKEN AND DISSIPATE BY MID TO LATE MORNING. AFTER THE STORMS
DISSIPATE SOME SUNSHINE SHOULD ALLOW THE ATMOSPHERE ENOUGH TIME TO
BECOME FAVORABLE FOR THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT AGAIN LATE THIS
AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING. STORMS ARE LIKELY TO DEVELOP IN CENTRAL
AND NORTHERN PARTS OF SOUTH DAKOTA...THEN ROLL SOUTHEAST THROUGH THE
EVENING. SOME OF THESE STORMS ARE LIKELY TO BECOME SEVERE AS WELL AS
BRING THE POTENTIAL FOR HEAVY RAINFALL. HIGHS TODAY WILL MAINLY BE
IN THE 80S WITH LOWS TONIGHT IN THE 60S.

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