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April 17, 1996:

Severe thunderstorms in Jones and Lyman Counties, during the evening hours, resulted in wind gusts up to 60mph in Murdo and Kennebec.

April 17, 2006:

A strong spring storm moved across the Northern and Central Plains, bringing precipitation and very strong northwest winds. Sustained winds of 30 to 50 mph, with gusts around 70 mph, were felt across a large portion of western South Dakota for more than 24 hours as the storm slowly crossed the region.


Record Highs: Record Lows:
Aberdeen: 87 (1915) Aberdeen: 10 (1953)
Kennebec: 88 (1958) Kennebec: 12 (1990)
Mobridge: 86 (1915) Mobridge: 10 (1953)
Pierre: 87 (1987) Pierre: 17 (1953)
Sisseton: 86 (1985) Sisseton: 11 (1953)
Timber Lake: 87 (1948) Timber Lake: 11 (1953)
Watertown: 83 (1987) Watertown: 12 (1953)
Wheaton: 88 (1985) Wheaton: 13 (1953)

Record Precipitation: Record Snowfall:
Aberdeen: 0.78" (1917) Aberdeen: 5.0" (1910)
Kennebec: 1.12" (1896) Kennebec: 4.0" (1930)
Mobridge: 0.95" (1978) Mobridge: 3.8" (1978)
Pierre: 1.17" (1978) Pierre: 1.3" (1978)
Sisseton: 1.18" (1967) Sisseton: 2.0" (2003)
Timber Lake: 0.75" (1918) Timber Lake: 7.5" (2011)
Watertown: 1.04" (1975) Watertown: 1.0" (1978)
Wheaton: 0.60" (1966) Wheaton: 5.0" (2003)


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