NEWS
Wed Apr 10, 2013 06:44 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain will cover the southeastern Plains through all but the northwestern Midwest Wednesday. In the northwestern Midwest, moderate to heavy snow and ice are in store with transportation difficulty and livestock stress. We'll also see moderate to locally heavy snow in the north-central through southwestern Plains, heaviest in Nebraska and South Dakota. Temperatures slipped into the low 20s Fahrenheit in the southwestern Plains and Texas Panhandle, which may have caused some damage to jointing and boot-stage wheat. And, of course, the rain and snow in the central U.S. will cause extensive row crop field-work delays and some ...

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