NEWS
Tue Jul 8, 2014 05:55 AM CDT

Moderate to locally heavy rain will move across the central and eastern Midwest Tuesday. We’ll also see a round of rain in the south-central Plains. The activity follows a dousing in the western Midwest and Northern Plains Monday. Other primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions will be dry. Temperatures will be seasonal to below normal in northern and central areas, with hotter values in the south and southeast. This combination generally favors row crop progress, but some wheat harvest disruptions are likely, especially in soft red winter wheat areas of the Midwest.

Highs: 70s Prairies, Northern Plains, northern Midwest; ...

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