NEWS
Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:54 AM CST

Strong winds and moderate to heavy snow occurred Wednesday through south-central and southeast Kansas, north-central and northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. Light to moderate snow was reported in eastern Colorado, western and north-central Kansas and southwest Nebraska. Rain occurred in southern Oklahoma and northeast Texas. Dry, very cold weather continued across the Northern Plains. Fair skies also covered the Midwest and the southeast U.S. regions. Temperatures ranged from below zero in the Canadian Prairies and the Northern Plains to the low 80s in southern Florida.

Thursday will see heavy snow and blowing snow covering the central Plains winter wheat belt ...

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