NEWS
Tue Jan 29, 2013 01:39 PM CST

Rain and thunderstorms occurred from the southeast Plains through the southwest and central Midwest region early Tuesday. Thunderstorms with heavy rain and possibly severe weather will occur late Tuesday or during Tuesday night through the southwest, central and east Midwest and through the Delta region. Rain may change to snow Tuesday night through much of Iowa. Temperatures ranged from below zero F in the northern Canadian Prairies to near 90 F in south Texas.

Rain and thunderstorms will move into the eastern U.S. region Wednesday. Snow is expected Wednesday through north-central areas of the Midwest as much colder weather arrives. ...

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