NEWS
Fri Mar 15, 2013 06:41 AM CDT

Light to locally moderate snow is expected Friday across the western and southern Canadian Prairies, the Northern Plains and northern Midwest regions. Mainly dry elsewhere in the key U.S. crop areas Friday. Temperatures average well above normal south and below normal north. The central and southwest plains region may see record or near-record high temperatures today. Very warm weather in the Plains will deplete some of the available soil moisture for the wheat crop.

Highs Single numbers and teens Canadian Prairies, teens to 40 northern plains, 70s and 80s central and Southern Plains, 30s to 70s Midwest, 70s and low ...

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