NEWS
Mon Aug 26, 2013 12:00 PM CDT

Scattered light showers were reported Monday through the west and central Canadian Prairies and in the Northern Plains of the U.S. Scattered showers were also noted in the Great Lakes region. It was mainly dry elsewhere in the key U.S. crop areas Monday. Temperatures ranged from the 70s through the northwest Canadian Prairies to the middle and upper 90s Fahrenheit through the north and central Plains and western Midwest regions.

A strong upper-level ridge will be over the central U.S. again Tuesday. This will promote dry weather and hot temperatures for most central U.S. crop areas and the southern Canadian ...

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