NEWS
Wed Jun 11, 2014 02:10 PM CDT

Scattered thunderstorms dotted the eastern Midwest and Southeast Wednesday afternoon, and moderate to locally heavy rain covered much of the far Northern Plains. Showers were also featured in the Rockies and the western Canadian Prairies, with dry conditions elsewhere in the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid-40s in southwestern Saskatchewan to the mid-90s in southern Texas.

Thursday will feature rain across the majority of the Southern Plains and the northern Midwest, with dry conditions elsewhere. Flooding is likely in central Kansas and may damage some winter wheat. The pattern continues to generally favor crop development ...

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