NEWS
Tue Jul 8, 2014 02:15 PM CDT

Thunderstorms with potential severe weather were noted in the Great Lakes Tuesday afternoon, with other scattered rains featured in the Delta, Southern Plains and Four Corners. Dry conditions covered the rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the low 50s in northern Wisconsin to the mid 90s in southern Texas and the South Carolina coast.

Wednesday will bring light monsoon-type rain to the southwestern U.S., along with a swath of showers from central Oklahoma into the Delta and Tennessee Valley. We'll see dry conditions elsewhere. This combination will favor corn pollination and soybean blooming, ...

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