NEWS
Tue Apr 9, 2013 07:04 AM CDT

Tuesday will feature moderate to heavy snow and blizzard-strength winds in the northern Midwest west to the Rocky Mountains. We'll also see moderate to heavy rain in the western and central Midwest, with light rain in the central and south-central Plains, and very little rain in the far southwestern Plains. The eastern and southern Midwest, Delta and Southeast will be dry. The rain and snow in the Plains and western Midwest will allow for some drought moderation; however, very little drought relief will occur in the southwestern Plains. Spring field-work delays will be widespread in the Plains and Midwest because ...

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