NEWS
Tue Jul 2, 2013 05:51 AM CDT

Scattered thunderstorms, some heavy, will occur Tuesday from eastern Georgia through the Carolinas and into Virginia. Scattered light showers with locally heavier will cover the central and eastern Midwest Tuesday. It will be mainly dry elsewhere in the key U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop areas. Tuesday's weather mostly favors winter wheat harvesting in the central Plains and developing corn and soybeans in the Northern Plains, Midwest and Delta. Rain in the southeast U.S. mostly favors crops, except in areas of local flooding. Extreme heat remains mostly west of the Rockies. Spring wheat in the Pacific Northwest may come under some ...

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