NEWS
Fri Feb 15, 2013 06:35 AM CST

Rain is possible Friday through citrus and produce areas of central and south Florida. This rain is much needed. The key crop and livestock areas of the central and northern U.S. and Canada will be dry or with only a little light snow Friday. Dryness is still of much concern over the plains and western Midwest regions at this time.

Highs: Low teens to low 30s Canadian Prairies, teens to middle 30s northern plains, low 30s to upper 40s central and southern plains, teens to low 40s Midwest, low 50s to low 60s Delta, 60s southeast, 60s and 70s Florida, ...

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