NEWS
Thu Jan 24, 2013 06:36 AM CST

Mostly dry and cold conditions will cover the northern, central and eastern U.S. crop areas Thursday. Some light freezing moisture is in store for the Delta and far southeastern Midwest. In the Canadian Prairies, we'll see cold temperatures along with some periods of snow moving across the region. Wind chill advisories are in effect in the northeastern Plains and northern Midwest, and some freezing precipitation advisories are in effect in the Delta. This pattern will generally be favorable for transportation; however, the cold air will be stressful. In addition, crop-threatening dryness continues to grip the southern Plains and western Midwest.

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