NEWS
Fri Apr 5, 2013 06:53 AM CDT

Dry conditions will cover the majority of the primary U.S. crop regions Friday. However, a new round of light snow is in store in the far Northern Plains through the western and central Canadian Prairies. The northern snow adds to the delay in starting field work and threatens more flooding in the Prairies and northern Corn Belt. Elsewhere, conditions will allow for continued row crop field work and some corn planting. Southwest Plains areas have wildfire danger due to dry conditions and high winds, bringing further stress to wheat.

Highs: 20s to 40s Prairies, northeastern Plains, northern Midwest, Great Lakes; ...

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