NEWS
Fri May 17, 2013 01:06 PM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain continued in southeastern Minnesota, central Wisconsin and central Michigan Friday afternoon. Moderate to heavy rain was also noted in the Ohio Valley south to northern Mississippi and Alabama. Light rain was indicated in central North Dakota north to southern Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan. The rest of the Prairies had scattered showers, while the remainder of the primary U.S. crop areas through Ontario were dry. Temperatures ranged from the mid-40s in northeastern Minnesota to the mid-90s in western Texas.

Saturday will feature widespread light to moderate rain in the Northern Plains and the southeastern Midwest. We'll see ...

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