NEWS
Thu Jul 25, 2013 06:42 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will cover much of the Northern, western and central Plains Thursday. This area of rain expands farther east into the south-central Plains and western Midwest Thursday night. Dry conditions are in store for the rest of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. The rain pattern developing will be beneficial for soil moisture in dry areas of the western Corn Belt. Thursday temperatures will again be mild in most areas; however, the southern Plains will again be very warm to hot and dry.

Highs: 60s eastern Prairies; 70s western Prairies, far Northern Plains, northern and ...

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