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Not Many 90 Degree Days

August 19, 2014, 9:45 PM by Scot Mundt

Not Many 90 Degree Days
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

It was another sunny and warm afternoon in KELOLAND.  While many locations had highs above average, Sioux Falls missed the 90 degree mark again.  In the month of August, Sioux Falls averages four days with 90-degree heat.  So far, the city doesn't have any.

In fact, Sioux Falls has only hit 90 degrees three times this year, twice in July and once in June.

A typical summer will give Sioux Falls about 14 days with 90-degree heat.  

If we don't hit 90 this month, Sioux Falls averages two days with 90-degree heat in September, so there's still a chance.

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