NEWS
Fri Jun 20, 2014 06:01 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will move across the eastern Canadian Prairies, far Northern Plains, eastern Midwest, and western Texas Friday. The balance of the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions will be dry. Temperatures will be warm in all areas. This combination will generally favor crop progress and wheat harvest; however, flooding will continue to cause notable issues in the northern Corn Belt following very heavy rain this week.

Highs: 60s/70s Prairies, Great Lakes; 80s Northern Plains, remainder of the Midwest, western Texas; 90s elsewhere.

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