NEWS
Tue Jan 29, 2013 06:37 AM CST

Rain and potentially strong storms are expected Tuesday from the southeast Plains through the south, central and east Midwest and the western and northern Delta region. Snow is possible through the northeast plains and into the western Midwest region as this area turns colder later today and during tonight. The central and Southern Plains wheat belt may see a little drizzle or light rain changing to snow. Drier elsewhere in key U.S. and Canada crop and livestock areas Tuesday. The southern Brazil and the central Argentina corn and soybean areas will be mostly hot and dry again today. The northern ...

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