NEWS
Wed Jan 23, 2013 06:30 AM CST

A little light snow or scattered snow showers will mainly occur through northeast areas of the Midwest region Wednesday. Windy weather develops through the northeast plains and western Midwest as a new surge of Arctic air begins to move into the country. Dry elsewhere in the key U.S. and Canada crop and livestock areas Wednesday. In South America we will see mostly fair skies in key corn and soybean areas of central Argentina and southern Brazil but with a slight chance for a few thundershowers late in the day or early in the evening.

Highs Wednesday: Teens above zero F ...

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