NEWS
Mon Aug 4, 2014 05:50 AM CDT

Light rain is in store for portions of the Northern Plains and western Midwest Monday, along with widespread coverage in the Canadian Prairies. Other primary U.S. crop areas will be dry. Additional rain is in store for the Northern Plains and most of the Midwest during this week, which will offer soil moisture benefit for soybeans in their pod-filling stage. Central and Southern Plains areas will be dry and hot, with some crop stress likely.

Highs: 70s northern Great Lakes; 80s Prairies, northern Plains, Midwest, Delta, Southeast; 90s western, central and Southern Plains, Texas, Deep South.

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