NEWS
Thu Apr 11, 2013 02:09 PM CDT

Moderate to locally heavy rain was noted in the Ohio Valley and Delta Thursday afternoon. Severe weather bulletins were also in effect in the Deep South. Meanwhile, snow squalls of moderate to heavy intensity continued in the Dakotas, northern Minnesota and the northern Great Lakes. A round of moderate to heavy snow was also featured in the central Canadian Prairies. Dry conditions covered the rest of the U.S. and Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid 20s in western Nebraska to the low 80s in southern Alabama and southern Georgia.

Friday will again have snow in store for the ...

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