NEWS
Fri Jul 5, 2013 12:54 PM CDT

Showers and thunderstorms continued Friday through the southeast U.S with some threat of local flooding. Showers also occurred Friday through the southeast Midwest, in the Northern Plains and the Canadian Prairies. Little was noted elsewhere in the key crop areas. Temperatures ranged from the 90s over the central and Southern Plains to the 70s in the northern Canadian Prairies.

The weekend will feature light to moderate showers and cooler conditions for the Canadian Prairies crop belt as well as the northeast Plains and upper Midwest regions. Showers and thundershowers through the southeast U.S. and the southeast Midwest during Saturday will ...

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