NEWS
Wed May 1, 2013 06:46 AM CDT

A combination of rain and unusual spring snow will move across the central Plains and western through northern Midwest Wednesday. We'll also see a round of light to moderate rain in the Delta and Deep South. This moisture will combine with a new helping of cold air to bring more delays to row crop field work and corn planting. Some benefit from showers may be in store for Plains winter wheat; however, freezing temperatures overnight Wednesday into Thursday will produce more stress on this crop. Northern Plains and Canadian Prairie regions will see wet ground and flooding, further delaying planting.

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