NEWS
Mon Jun 24, 2013 01:45 PM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain was noted over most of Iowa and northwestern Missouri Monday afternoon. Light showers were also indicated in central Kansas, and areas of moderate rain covered much of the Ohio Valley, Deep South and Southeast. Severe weather bulletins were in effect in southern Iowa, northern Missouri and west-central Illinois. Temperatures ranged from the upper 50s in southern Alberta to the mid 90s in south Texas.

Rain will focus over the northern and north-central crop areas Tuesday, again hitting the very-wet areas of Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin along with bringing new showers to saturated crop areas of the ...

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