NEWS
Thu Jan 31, 2013 06:36 AM CST

Strong winds, snow showers or squalls will cover northeast areas of the Midwest Thursday. Fair skies elsewhere in the key U.S. and Canada crop and livestock areas Thursday. Extreme cold conditions move from the Canadian Prairies and the northern plains into the Midwest region Thursday. In South America, a few thundershowers have developed overnight in the central Argentina corn and soybean areas. This helps to ease stress after yesterday’s hot weather. The southern Brazil soybean and corn areas continue dry and very hot today, stressing reproductive to filling crops. The northern Brazil soybean belt will continue to see locally heavy ...

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