NEWS
Tue Jul 30, 2013 06:37 AM CDT

Moderate to locally heavy rain will move through the southwestern and south-central Midwest Tuesday. Moisture from these rains will be favorable for corn and soybeans in their reproductive stages. We'll also see some light rain in the northern Midwest. Conditions will again be cool in the Canadian Prairies through Midwest, seasonally mild in the western and central Plains, and very warm to hot in the southern crop areas. Conditions remain favorable for crops, although there is now some concern about the capability of later-developing row crops to reach maturity before the first fall frost.

Highs: 60s western Prairies; 70s eastern ...

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