NEWS
Fri May 24, 2013 07:11 AM CDT

Rain and showers will move over southwest and west-central areas of the Canadian Prairies spring wheat and canola areas Friday. This may delay the planting effort somewhat. Showers and thundershowers will be over the southwest winter wheat areas of the Plains this morning. A few showers may develop over the central and northeast plains and the western areas of the Midwest. Showers in these areas will favor winter wheat and earlier planted spring crops. Mainly dry elsewhere in the key growing areas of the U.S. and Canada Friday.

Highs Friday: low 50s to middle 60s Canadian Prairies, 60s and low ...

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