NEWS
Tue Feb 26, 2013 12:16 PM CST

Snow and blowing snow continued to spread from the eastern plains through the west-central and north-central areas of the Midwest region Tuesday. Heavy snow was reported at times within this area. A mixture of snow, freezing rain and rain covered the northeast Midwest while showers and rain spread through the balance of the eastern Midwest region. Heavy rains and showers spread from the southeast into the middle Atlantic region. The balance of the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop and livestock areas were drier Tuesday. Temperatures ranged from the 20s in the Northern Plains to the 80s in south Florida.

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