NEWS
Fri Mar 1, 2013 06:35 AM CST

Light snow will cover eastern Missouri, southern Illinois and the Ohio Valley Friday. Elsewhere, we'll see dry conditions for the first day of March. Temperatures will be cool to cold over most of the continental U.S. and Canada as well, except for the Far West, southern Texas and the Deep South through Florida. The weekend is shaping up as dry; however, a rain and snow system with some moisture benefit for the Northern Plains shows up on forecast charts for the first of next week.

Highs: 20s/30s eastern Canadian Prairies, northeastern, central and southeastern Plains, Midwest; 40s/50s western Prairies, northwestern ...

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