NEWS
Fri Jul 25, 2014 02:08 PM CDT

A thunderstorm complex that began in Minnesota early Friday morning continued in its rain-making ability over south-central Illinois Friday afternoon. Scattered thunderstorms were also noted in the southeastern U.S., and a swath of moderate to locally-heavy rain was featured in the western Canadian Prairies. Dry conditions prevailed elsewhere. Temperatures ranged from the mid 60s in central Illinois, northeastern Missouri and northern Wisconsin to 101 in north-central Kansas.

During Saturday, light to moderate rain showers will cover most of the Great Lakes, with light rain in the central Prairies and the north-central Plains. A dry pattern will be in effect otherwise. ...

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