NEWS
Wed Feb 6, 2013 06:52 AM CST

Light snow will move across the Canadian Prairies and far Northern Plains Wednesday, and light to moderate rain will be noted in central and southern Texas. Dry conditions will cover the rest of the primary U.S. crop areas. Temperatures will be chilly in the Prairies and northeastern Midwest, but will exhibit very warm values for the season in the central and Southern Plains through the Deep South and Southeast. This pattern continues to deny meaningful late-winter moisture for dry areas of the southwestern Plains through western Midwest.

Highs: Single digits-teens northern Prairies; 20s/30s southern Prairies, northeastern Plains, northern and eastern ...

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