NEWS
Tue Jul 23, 2013 06:37 AM CDT

A cool front lying across the central Plains and western Midwest will fire up light to moderate rain from Nebraska and Kansas east into the central Midwest Tuesday. This front has already produced some damaging severe weather in Iowa on Monday. Heavy rain and flooding are possible in the southeast Plains with this setup. Temperatures will show a notable cooling trend in northern and eastern crop areas, which will benefit pollinating corn and blooming soybeans; however, the Southern Plains will again be very hot with significant stress to crops, livestock and pastures.

Highs: 70s Canadian Prairies, northeastern Plains, northern Midwest; ...

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