NEWS
Thu Feb 7, 2013 12:54 PM CST

Moderate rains with some heavier occurred Thursday from the southeast Plains and the southwest Midwest through the central areas of the Midwest. Rain changed to snow through northeast areas of the Midwest region Thursday. Rain also covered the southeast U.S. region, helping to replenish soil moisture after recent dryness in this area. Temperatures ranged from the teens in the eastern Canadian Prairies to the low 80s in south Florida and south Texas.

Friday will feature a major northeast U.S. snow storm, including the development of blizzard conditions in southern New England. Travel in this area will be severely restricted. Dry ...

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