A Normal Morning...Followed by a Much Above Normal Afternoon

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
446 PM CDT SAT NOV 1 2008

...SOME COMPARATIVE CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR TODAY...

MUCH OF THE TRI-STATE AREA HAD LOW TEMPERATURES CLOSE TO NORMAL THIS MORNING. LOWS AVERAGED ONLY 1.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL...WITH A FEW SPOTS COOLING TO EXACTLY NORMAL. WITH PLENTY OF SUNSHINE THIS AFTERNOON...READINGS WERE ABLE TO CLIMB WELL ABOVE NORMAL HIGHS FOR THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER. HIGHS AVERAGED 14.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE FOLLOWING IS A TABLE COMPARING THIS DATA:

SITE            HIGH SO     NORMAL  DEP   MORNING   NORMAL  DEP
                FAR TODAY   HIGH          LOW       LOW
----            ---------   ------  ---   -------   ------  ---
SIOUX FALLS         66        51    +15      28       28     0
MITCHELL            67        52    +15      33       29    +4
HURON               65        51    +14      32       28    +4
SIOUX CITY          67        54    +13      31       31     0
SPENCER, IA         65        51    +14      25       30    -5
YANKTON             68        54    +14      34       31    +3
BROOKINGS           63        50    +13      27       27     0
CHAMBERLAIN         69        52    +17      37       28    +9
 
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TRM



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