NEWS
Wed Feb 20, 2013 06:42 AM CST

A combination of moderate rain and moderate to heavy snow will move through the Southern Plains Wednesday. This moisture will offer some drought relief, but will also be stressful for livestock conditions and transportation delays. Snow will expand Wednesday evening through Thursday across the central and Southern Plains through the western and southern Midwest with additional transportation delays and stressful livestock conditions. Farther north, we'll see a drier pattern with bitter cold temperatures and wind chills. The overall weather scenario is one with more precipitation than a year ago, offering some potential benefits for crop moisture this season. The biggest ...

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