NEWS
Wed Aug 13, 2014 05:54 AM CDT

Dry weather will cover most of the key growing areas of the Canadian Prairies and the U.S. during Wednesday. Temperatures turn warm to hot over the Plains but they will remain near to below normal through the Midwest and Delta regions and near normal in the southeast. Favorable conditions for filling crops in most areas. The warmer weather in the Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies helps advance development of these crops as we move towards the late summer period.

Highs Wednesday: Low 80s to a few low 90s F Canadian Prairies, middle 90s west to low 80s east northern Plains, ...

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