It was another day with temperatures well into the 90s and 100s. While some of us are already in the midst of our hottest time of year, we have to wait for few days for others.
Here's what I mean, Sioux Falls, Aberdeen, and Watertown are all at there warmest average highs for the year.
Sioux Falls highest average high is 84 degrees, and it lasts a month from the second of July to the second of August. Aberdeen's warmest average is also 84, which lasts until the sixth of August with Watertown averaging 84 degrees through the 28 of July.
Pierre, Huron, and Rapid City are just about to get to their climatic warmest highs with the warmest average high in Pierre at 90, Huron and Rapid City at 87.
Of course, we've been well above average lately. Many in KELOLAND have been above average by six to nine degrees per day. But we're getting closer to the time of year when average highs start falling. Now if we can only get the rain to fall.
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