NEWS
Fri Aug 29, 2014 02:01 PM CDT

Showers and thunderstorms dotted the western and northern Midwest along with the Gulf Coast Friday afternoon, with light rain noted in the Northern Plains and the eastern Canadian Prairies. Temperatures ranged from the upper 50s in southwestern Saskatchewan to the mid-90s in southwestern Texas.

During Saturday, rain showers will work across the central and eastern Midwest, south through the Delta. We'll see drier conditions elsewhere ahead of a new round of showers moving into the Northern Plains and western Midwest during the Labor Day weekend. The continued showers will provide beneficial late-season row-crop moisture for all areas except the southwestern ...

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