NEWS
Fri Sep 6, 2013 03:16 PM CDT

Isolated light rain showers Friday were confined to the far Northern Plains, Pacific Northwest, and Gulf Coast. The predominant tone of U.S. and Canadian Prairie crop regions was very warm to hot and dry. Breezy conditions in the western Midwest added to the heat effect. Temperatures ranged from the mid-60s in northern Michigan and southern Ontario to 100+ in northwestern Kansas and southwestern and western Nebraska.

Saturday will be another dry and very warm to hot day, with showers again confined to the edges of the revived "Dome Of Doom" in the south-central Plains and southwestern Midwest. This pattern is ...

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