NEWS
Fri Jan 18, 2013 01:46 PM CST

Light snow with some areas seeing slightly heavier amounts covered the northern and eastern Canadian Prairies and the Great Lakes region Friday. It was mainly dry elsewhere in the key crop areas of the U.S. and Canada Friday. Temperatures ranged from the single numbers and teens in the central Canada region to the low 70s in south Florida.

Snow or snow squalls may redevelop through the Great Lakes region Saturday while most crop areas of the Canadian Prairies and the central U.S continue dry for both Saturday and Sunday. Very cold weather will return to the Canadian Prairies early in ...

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