NEWS
Fri Jul 12, 2013 06:40 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will occur in the far Northern Plains and eastern Canadian Prairies Friday. Otherwise, we'll see dry conditions in major crop areas to finish out the week. Temperatures will be seasonal in the Midwest and hot in the Plains. Corn and soybean development will have favorable conditions in central and eastern areas; however, hot conditions in western areas will cause some crop stress.

Highs: 70s western Prairies; 80s eastern Prairies, northwestern Plains, northern, central, eastern and southern Midwest, Southeast; 90s western Midwest, northern, central and southeastern Plains, Delta, Deep South, western and eastern Texas, Texas Panhandle; 100s ...

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