NEWS
Thu Jun 19, 2014 02:17 PM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain continued in much of Iowa and northwestern Missouri Thursday afternoon; light to moderate rains were noted in North Dakota the Canadian Prairies and southeastern Oklahoma. Other primary U.S. crop areas were dry. Temperatures ranged from the mid 50s in the southwestern Prairies and northern Great Lakes to the low 90s in southeastern Missouri, southern Texas, and across the Southeast.

Friday will feature additional rain showers with light to moderate amounts in the southeastern Plains through the northern, central and eastern Midwest. The impact will be variable, with eastern Midwest areas seeing soil moisture benefits while areas ...

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