NEWS
Mon Aug 5, 2013 06:42 AM CDT

Light to moderate rain will move across the northern Midwest Monday, with moderate to locally heavy rain in the southern Midwest. Some flooding is possible in the southern Midwest downpours, but in general the moisture occurrences will be useful for crop moisture. We'll see dry conditions elsewhere in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures will be seasonally mild in the northern and central areas, but stressful heat and dryness will again cover much of the southern Plains.

Highs: 70s Prairies, northern and eastern Midwest; 80s northern and central Plains, western, central and southern Midwest, Southeast; 90s southwestern ...

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