NEWS
Tue Jun 25, 2013 06:56 AM CDT

Moderate to heavy rain is in store from the Canadian Prairies through the northern half of the Midwest Tuesday. This rain has the potential to bring more flooding to the wettest areas of the northwestern Corn Belt. We'll also see light rain in the Southeast, with dry conditions elsewhere. Temperatures will be warm in the northern through southeastern areas, and very warm to hot in the central and Southern Plains. This combination will favor row-crop progress in areas not affected by the heavy rain, along with wheat harvest in the Southern Plains. However, the hot and dry conditions will further ...

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