NEWS
Mon Apr 8, 2013 06:48 AM CDT

Wide contrasts in conditions are featured for Monday in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Snow and strong winds will cover the northern Plains and Prairies, with a further delay to the start of spring field work. In the Southern Plains, dry and very windy conditions will further deplete soil moisture and will stress wheat and pastures. Midwest areas will see some rain showers; however, mild temperatures will offer some chance for field work and planting. This week offers some moderate to heavy rain across much of the Midwest, with soil moisture benefit along with possible delays in ...

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