NEWS
Wed Mar 13, 2013 06:32 AM CDT

Light snow is in store for the eastern Midwest Wednesday. Otherwise, we'll see a dry trend across the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures will be chilly over the Prairies and Midwest, and very warm in the northwestern Plains south. Moisture from recent snowfall in the southern Plains will be taken in quickly, with more needed as wheat breaks dormancy. In the Midwest, the chilly temperature pattern brings further signs of slower field work for this season's spring season than a year ago.

Highs: 20s to 40s Prairies, northeast and eastern Plains, Midwest; 50s/60s remainder of the Plains, ...

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