NEWS
Wed Jun 11, 2014 05:57 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain will move across the far Northern Plains and northern Midwest Wednesday, with flash flooding possible. We'll also see moderate rainfall in the eastern Midwest through Southeast, and periods of rain are in store for the southern Canadian Prairies. Dry conditions will cover the rest of the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions. Temperatures will be cool north, seasonal central and southeast, and hot in the far southwestern Plains. Overall conditions remain favorable for row crops while causing some disruptions with winter wheat harvest.

Highs: 60s Prairies, northwestern Plains; 70s northeastern through western Plains, all but western ...

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