NEWS
Fri Jan 25, 2013 06:40 AM CST

Light to locally moderate snow and some mixed precipitation will move out of the eastern Midwest and through the middle-Atlantic region Friday and Friday evening. A few showers may develop in the Delta and in the southeast Friday. Little elsewhere in key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop areas. The main growing region of central Argentina will be cooler today, a welcome relief after very hot weather Wednesday and Thursday. This cooler weather was preceded by only a few light showers yesterday. The risk to corn and soybean crops continues to build. Southern Brazil crop areas will see showers and cooler ...

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