NEWS
Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:56 AM CST

Light to locally moderate rain changed to snow near the Ohio River in the southeast Midwest Wednesday. Showers were reported through the east-central and southeast U.S. Light snow spread from the northwest and central Canadian Prairies into the Northern Plains. The balance of the key U.S. crop and livestock areas continued mainly dry Wednesday. Temperatures ranged from the 20s in the Canadian Prairies to the 80s in Florida.

Light snow will move across the northern Midwest and into the Great Lakes region Wednesday night and during Thursday. Showers and some beneficial rains will linger over the central and southern Florida ...

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