NEWS
Wed Jan 30, 2013 06:41 AM CST

Snow and wind over parts of the western and north-central Midwest early Wednesday will taper to snow showers later in the day. Rain and showers over the eastern Midwest may also taper off during the afternoon hours. Showers, rain and thunderstorms through the eastern U.S. regions Wednesday. Drier through the plains. In South America we will see hot and mostly dry weather for major corn and soybean areas of central Argentina and southern Brazil, increasing the risk to reproductive and filling crops. We also see heavy storms in the northern growing belt of Brazil Wednesday with some risk to the ...

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