NEWS
Thu Apr 11, 2013 06:37 AM CDT

Snow, freezing rain and strong winds are in store for the northern Midwest Thursday, and moderate to locally heavy rain will cover the eastern Midwest and Delta. This continued stormy pattern will further delay field work, especially in Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas through the Canadian Prairies. Drier conditions will cover central and Southern Plains and western Midwest; however, some of these areas already had extensive moisture earlier this week. Southwest Plains areas have temperatures in the low to mid-20s Fahrenheit and may have incurred some damage to wheat in the region.

Highs: 30s/40s Prairies, northern through southeastern Plains, western ...

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