NEWS
Tue Jul 9, 2013 06:36 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will move across the northern, central and eastern Midwest Tuesday. The moisture will favor crop development but will cause some delays in soft red winter wheat harvest. Meanwhile, very warm to hot and dry conditions from southwestern Iowa south through most of Kansas and eastern Oklahoma are stressful for crops while allowing for continued good progress in hard red winter wheat harvest. Canadian Prairies crop areas will see cool conditions with a few showers.

Highs: 70s Prairies, far Northern Plains; 80s north-central Plains, northern and eastern Midwest, Southeast; 90s central and southeast Plains, western, central and ...

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