NEWS
Mon Apr 22, 2013 03:18 PM CDT

A mix of moderate to heavy rain and moderate to heavy snow extended from eastern Nebraska through eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota Monday afternoon. Locally heavy rain was also noted in north-central through eastern Kansas, and a band of rain showers ran from northwestern Iowa to northern Wisconsin. The only other precipitation in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions was a round of snow showers in northern Colorado. Temperatures were cold in the northern and western Plains, seasonal in the Midwest and Southeast, and very warm in the southwestern Plains. Values ranged from the upper 20s in ...

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