NEWS
Thu May 23, 2013 06:44 AM CDT

A little light rain or drizzle may occur through northeast and east-central areas of the Midwest early Thursday before drier weather develops later in the day. A few thundershowers are possible in the southwest plains region today or tonight. Mainly dry elsewhere in the key U.S and Canadian Prairies crop areas. Showers in the southwest Plains may help some local wheat fields but the coverage is not expected to be high enough to significantly change the outlook for this crop. Drier weather in the Midwest may allow some to resume planting activities. Wet conditions in the Delta from earlier rains ...

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