NEWS
Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:20 PM CDT

Moderate to locally heavy rain occurred mostly over the northeast U.S. and along the southeast U.S. coastline Friday afternoon. Light precipitation, mostly in the form of snow showers, occurred from the northeast Plains and the upper Midwest across through the Great Lakes region. The balance of the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop and livestock areas were dry Friday. Temperatures ranged from the 30s in the Canadian Prairies and the north-central U.S. to the 80s in Florida and parts of the southeast.

Saturday will feature snow redeveloping through the southwest Canadian Prairies and the western part of the Northern Plains ...

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