NEWS
Mon Jun 24, 2013 07:05 AM CDT

Moderate to locally heavy rain will cover most of the Midwest and Southeast Monday. The exception will be in the northern section. Flood bulletins are widespread across central and eastern Iowa into western Illinois with the rain threat. The effect will be mixed; the worst wet areas will have continued rain stress, while previously drier areas in the central and southeastern Midwest have some beneficial moisture. In the Southern Plains, dry and hot conditions will favor wheat harvest while causing stress to row crops, hay and pasture.

Highs: 70s Canadian Prairies; 80s Northern Plains, northern, central and eastern Midwest, Southeast; ...

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