NEWS
Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:06 AM CDT

Scattered moderate to locally heavy thunderstorms are possible during Friday or Friday night from northeast Colorado and west Nebraska to south and west South Dakota and Montana. Scattered light to locally moderate showers may also occur in eastern Nebraska, west and south Iowa, north Illinois, Indiana and southwest Ohio. Light rains through the southwest Canadian Prairies Friday. Dry elsewhere in the key growing areas. Hot, highs 95-102F, from the central and Southern Plains through the Delta and the southeast.

Highs Friday: 60s Canadian Prairies, 60s to low 80s Northern Plains, 80s to low 100s central and Southern Plains, 80s to ...

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