NEWS
Fri Jan 11, 2013 02:02 PM CST

Light to moderate snow was noted in the Black Hills of South Dakota and the northwestern Plains Friday afternoon. In the Canadian Prairies, a swath of moderate to heavy snow ran from southeastern Saskatchewan through south-central Manitoba. Temperatures ranged from subzero Fahrenheit in southwestern Saskatchewan to the upper 70s in south Texas.

Saturday will feature light snow in the Northern Plains, with light rain in the Delta through southeast Texas. Dry conditions will be in effect elsewhere. Temperatures will also turn much colder in the Prairies through northern and central Plains; however, it does not appear that frigid conditions will ...

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