NEWS
Thu May 2, 2013 02:33 PM CDT

Moderate to heavy late-spring snow was noted in central Iowa Thursday afternoon. The snow swath extended southwest into eastern Kansas and north through southeastern Minnesota into northwestern Wisconsin. Thunderstorms also fired up in Illinois, Wisconsin and southeastern Missouri, and showers were observed in the southeastern Plains, southern Midwest, Delta and Southeast. Temperatures ranged from the upper 20s in northern Wisconsin to the upper 80s in far south Texas. Low 80s readings were noted as far north as Michigan and northern Indiana.

Snow will continue during Friday in the northern and western Midwest, with moderate to heavy rain in the central ...

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