NEWS
Mon May 13, 2013 02:45 PM CDT

A few showers were indicated in northwestern Wisconsin Monday afternoon. Otherwise, conditions were dry in all the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures ranged from the mid 40s in northern Michigan to the low 90s in northern Nebraska, southwestern Kansas, western Oklahoma and northern Texas.

Tuesday will continue dry in all areas except for the Prairies and central Michigan, where light rain showers will develop. We'll also see very warm to hot temperatures in most areas. This pattern will favor field work and planting progress. Showers develop Tuesday night and will begin to migrate across the central U.S. ...

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