NEWS
Mon Jul 7, 2014 01:53 PM CDT

Showers and thundershowers were noted in the Northern Plains, southern Canadian Prairies and northern Midwest Monday afternoon, and a narrow line of thunderstorms was featured in the eastern Midwest. The rest of the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the low 60s in southwestern North Dakota and southern Saskatchewan to the upper 90s in the Oklahoma Panhandle.

During Tuesday, moderate to locally heavy rain will cover much of the Midwest, especially the central portion of the region. We'll see dry conditions elsewhere. This combination will generally favor crop progress; however, some disruptions to wheat harvest ...

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