Friday's Weather Summary for South Dakota

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR SOUTH DAKOTA

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD

818 PM CST FRI NOV 7 2008

 

THE STORM SYSTEM THAT BROUGHT MUCH WIND AND SNOW TO SOUTH DAKOTA

HAD MOVED INTO WISCONSIN FRIDAY AFTERNOON. BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS

CONTINUED TO BLOW AT SPEEDS OF 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS NEAR 40 MPH

ACROSS CENTRAL AND EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA...BUT HAD MERCIFULLY

DECREASED INTO THE 15 TO 25 MPH RANGE ACROSS THE WEST. RESIDENTS

ACROSS THE WEST OBSERVED A FEW GLIMPSES OF SUN WHILE CLOUDS AND

PERIODS OF LIGHT SNOW OR FLURRIES LINGERED OVER THE CENTRAL AND EAST.

 

AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE UPPER 20S TO AROUND 30

DEGREES ACROSS THE NORTHWEST AND CENTRAL...AND THE LOWER AND MIDDLE

30S EAST AND SOUTHWEST EXCEPT UPPER 30S AND LOWER 40S FAR SOUTHWEST

AND BLACK HILLS. HOT SPRINGS WAS THE WARMEST IN THE STATE AT 44

DEGREES.

 

AT 8 PM CST LIGHT SNOW WAS FALLING AT HURON AND MITCHELL. THE

REMAINDER OF THE STATE WAS MOSTLY CLOUDY TO CLOUDY. NORTH AND

NORTHWEST WINDS REMAINED QUITE BRISK ACROSS THE STATE AT 20 TO 30

MPH. HIGHER GUSTS WERE OCCURRING AT SIOUX FALLS WITH 36 MPH AND

YANKTON WITH 38 MPH. WINDS ACROSS THE SOUTHERN BLACK HILLS AND

SURROUNDING PRAIRIES TO THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST WERE LESS THAN 10

MPH. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE MIDDLE 30S FAR SOUTHWEST...AND FROM

THE MIDDLE 20S TO AROUND 30 DEGREES ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE

WITH EXTREMES OF 22 DEGREES AT PHILIP TO 37 DEGREES AT RAPID

CITY.

 

THIS DATE IN 1991 WAS VERY COLD WITH SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURES ACROSS

MUCH OF SOUTH DAKOTA. SOME OF THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES RECORDED THAT

DAY INCLUDE...

 

10 BELOW ZERO AT FLANDREAU

11 BELOW ZERO AT ACADEMY AND MITCHELL

12 BELOW ZERO AT FORESTBURG AND GANN VALLEY

13 BELOW ZERO AT YANKTON

14 BELOW ZERO AT BROOKINGS

15 BELOW ZERO AT CANTON

16 BELOW ZERO AT CENTERVILLE AND MENNO

18 BELOW ZERO AT VERMILLION

20 BELOW ZERO AT MARION

 

THIS DATE IN 1999 WAS UNSEASONABLY WARM WITH READINGS IN THE LOWER

AND MIDDLE 80S ACROSS THE WEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL. HIGH TEMPERATURES

AT SOME OF THE WARMEST LOCATIONS INCLUDE...

 

82 DEGREES AT LEMMON

83 DEGREES AT BELLE FOURCHE...KADOKA AND RAPID CITY

84 DEGREES AT CAMP CROOK...INTERIOR AND PHILIP

85 DEGREES AT COTTONWOOD

86 DEGREES AT MIDLAND...WINNER AND WOOD

87 DEGREES AT WHITE RIVER

 

$$

SHEEHAN

 



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