NEWS
Thu Aug 22, 2013 06:30 AM CDT

A swath of light to moderate rain will extend across the north-central and eastern Midwest Thursday. A few areas in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota will see precipitation totals of 1 inch; however, most other areas with the rain will have precipitation of 0.25-.75 inch. This moisture will offer only limited benefit from dryness during midsummer. Temperatures will be seasonal in the Northern Plains and Midwest, with very warm to hot conditions in the central and Southern Plains.

Highs: 70s eastern Prairies, far Northern Plains; 80s western Prairies, northwestern through central Plains, all but southern Midwest, Deep South, Southeast; 90s ...

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