NEWS
Wed Mar 27, 2013 06:50 AM CDT

Dry conditions will dominate the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions Wednesday. Exceptions will be in eastern Kansas and the eastern Great Lakes where light snow showers will occur. This trend will allow for continued clean-up in areas which had heavy snow last weekend. The next seven days features variable temperatures but still very slow warming of soils in the Midwest, which will limit field work. Precipitation also continues to be very light in the driest areas of the western Midwest. Plains wheat areas are not as cold Wednesday morning as earlier this week.

Highs: 20s central and eastern ...

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