NEWS
Thu Feb 21, 2013 06:36 AM CST

Moderate to heavy snow will cover most of Nebraska and Kansas Thursday, with ice in Oklahoma, southern Missouri and Arkansas. We'll also see light snow extend into the Dakotas and Colorado, and moderate rain in eastern Texas. This large storm will cause major transportation delays and livestock stress, along with bringing some moisture to drought-affected areas of the Plains and western Midwest. Heavy snow will move into Iowa Friday, with rain sliding into the Delta and Ohio Valley.

Highs: Teens/20s Canadian Prairies, all but Southern Plains, northern and western Midwest; 30s/40s Southern Plains, Texas Panhandle, central, eastern and southern Midwest, ...

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