NEWS
Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:58 AM CDT

Scattered showers and thunderstorms may become locally heavy Thursday or Thursday night through north-central and northeast areas of the Midwest region. Scattered light showers with locally heavier will also affect portions of the northern plains and the Canadian Prairies Thursday. Showers that are over the western Midwest early this morning should dissipate before very long. Drier elsewhere in the key crop areas. High temperatures today from the central/south plains through the Delta and the southeast U.S.

Highs Thursday: 60s to upper 70s Canadian Prairies, 60s to 80s Northern Plains, 90s to low 100s central and Southern Plains, 80s to low ...

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