NEWS
Thu Nov 29, 2012 06:41 AM CST

Another dry day is in store for all the major U.S. crop areas and most of the Canadian Prairies. The only precipitation will be some light to moderate snow in portions of the Prairies. This pattern continues to present very little in the way of needed moisture. Warming conditions in the central and southern crop areas will add to the drying trend.

Highs: Single digits/teens Prairies; 20s/30s Northern Plains, northern Great Lakes; 40s/50s northwestern and north-central Plains, Midwest; 60s central and Southern Plains, eastern Texas, Delta, Deep South, Southeast; 70s remainder of Texas.

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