NEWS
Wed Jan 16, 2013 06:42 AM CST

Rain showers will extend from the eastern Gulf Coast through the mid-Atlantic coast Wednesday. We'll also see a mix of freezing precipitation and light snow in the Northeast, and light snow in the eastern Canadian Prairies, far Northern Plains, and northern Great Lakes. Dry conditions will prevail elsewhere in the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions. The drier trend in the Delta will be welcome for recovery after ice storm conditions Tuesday. Elsewhere, the lack of moisture will bring further concerns about prospects for drought damage to Plains wheat along with dryness issues for row crop planting this spring in ...

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