NEWS
Mon Nov 26, 2012 06:37 AM CST

Light snow will move across portions of the western and central Plains Monday, and we'll see some light rain showers in the Delta. The rest of the main U.S. and Prairie crop regions will be dry. The Delta showers expand into the southeastern Midwest Tuesday. This pattern continues to offer very little moisture for the driest areas of the Midwest and Plains ahead of the start of the meteorological winter season.

Highs: Teens Prairies; 20s/30s Northern and central Plains, all but southern Midwest; 40s/50s Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, southern Midwest; 60s/70s western, northern, central and southeastern Texas, Delta, Deep South, ...

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