NEWS
Fri Aug 16, 2013 03:04 PM CDT

Thundershowers with light to moderate rain were featured over the southeastern U.S. Friday afternoon. Dry conditions were in effect otherwise in the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions. Temperatures were cool for the season in the central and eastern Plains through the Midwest, and very warm to hot in the northwestern Plains, western Prairies, and south Texas. Values ranged from the mid 60s in eastern South Dakota to 100 in south Texas.

Saturday will be dry in all areas but the Southeast, where rain will continue. Temperatures will also show a warming trend in the Midwest. This pattern will ...

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