NEWS
Mon Jul 8, 2013 03:54 PM CDT

Scattered thunderstorms were noted in the eastern Midwest, Deep South, and northwestern Plains Monday afternoon, and moderate to heavy rain was featured in the western Canadian Prairies. The rest of the primary U.S. and Prairie crop regions were dry. Temperatures ranged from the mid-50s in the southwestern Prairies to 100-plus in central and western Kansas.

Showers with light to moderate rain will cover much of the northern, western and central Midwest, along with the Southeast, on Tuesday. Light showers will also move across the southern Prairies. This combination will bring some beneficial moisture to developing corn and soybean plants in ...

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