NEWS
Thu Jul 17, 2014 02:05 PM CDT

Showers and thunderstorms with moderate to locally heavy rain covered much of the southeastern Plains and edged closer to the Delta Thursday afternoon. Areas of moderate to heavy rain were also noted in the western and southeastern Canadian Prairies. Other primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the low 60s in the southwestern Plains to the mid 90s in southern Texas.

Thursday will feature continued rain in the southeastern Plains and Delta, along with the central and eastern Prairies. Dry conditions will prevail elsewhere. Temperatures will display a notable warming trend in the northern crop areas, ...

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